Vacuum Excavation Project: Birmingham Excavation

Vacuum Excavation Project: Birmingham Excavation

PIER (UK) were excited to take on a Vacuum Excavation project as the method of choice for a number of ongoing projects in Birmingham during November 2018. The work taking place is part of a £10 million re-development in Birmingham City Centre and is due to be...
Vacuum Excavation Project: Built-Up Area

Vacuum Excavation Project: Built-Up Area

A PIER (UK) Vacuum Excavator was used by a well-known water company for a Vacuum Excavation project that required checking for hidden services within a built-up area. The job took place in Tamworth where the customer was working on the installation of a Weir pipe in...
Vacuum Excavation Project: Water Treatment Plant

Vacuum Excavation Project: Water Treatment Plant

Using a Vac-Ex was the best choice for work on this water treatment plant in which the Vacuum Excavation project was successfully completed for a well-known Civil Engineering company who were looking for a safe and efficient way to excavate around the buried cables....
Vacuum Excavation Project: Railway Bridge Ballast Removal

Vacuum Excavation Project: Railway Bridge Ballast Removal

When contractors were asked to complete a ballast removal job on an old redundant railway bridge, the access proved to be a big obstacle but they were determined to solve this challenging Vacuum Excavation project. The old railway bridge has been unused for a long...
Vacuum Excavation Project: Canal Bank

Vacuum Excavation Project: Canal Bank

PIER (UK) were chosen as the best company to host a Vacuum Excavation project to ensure that a safe canal bank excavation on a large hospital building site went ahead. With excavation taking place closely to the canal bank, the pit continuously filled with water which...