Full marks for Walters on final phase of landfill capping
We covered an area exceeding 130,000m2 with soils to a depth of 300mm, smoothing out the uneven surface prior to installing a geosynthetic capping membrane, then finished it off with a further layer of 800mm restoration soil to accept seeding and the reintroduction of flora to the site.
Concrete Plinth Removal for Associated British Ports
Walters are pleased to announce that they have been appointed Principal Contractor by Associated British Ports (ABP) for a £60,000 demolition project in Cardiff Docks. The works involve the removal of raised concrete slabs inside the ‘I Shed’ building and will take 4 weeks to complete
Walters win landfill capping works in the capital…
Walters have been appointed to undertake the £2m Lamby Way Capping (Phase 4) works by the City of Cardiff Council. For years the site of a general refuse landfill depot, the remediation works will involve importing and placing of a clean capping layer over a geosynthetic membrane. The resulting environment should represent a new and […]
Walters Light Up Cardiff
Cardiff County Councils Concrete Column Replacement Contract has been awarded to Walters UK. This is the first contract to be awarded through the higher value Lot 10 of The South East Wales Highways Framework and requires the replacement of approximately 1500 concrete lighting columns throughout the city. Cardiff Council Street Lighting department operate a system […]