Vacuum Excavation Project: Helping To Build New Homes In Cheshire

Our compact Citysucker was required for a Vacuum Excavation project to assist on a new housing development in Cheshire.

Whilst the builders were busy laying bricks and building homes, our assistance was called in to expose existing utilities lines and to get the new homes powered up.

With the contractors on-site, our Vacuum Excavator tunnelled out underground assets in a fast and safe manner, ensuring the work stayed on schedule.

Housing developments are well known for being busy construction sites with a number of different sub-contractors called in for brickwork, roofing and interior fit out. Whilst the Citysucker may be a compact Vacuum Excavator, it is ideal on these types of projects as work can continue in a smaller areas, ensuring that the tight controls are maintained.

The precision, no-dig approach eliminates almost all risk regarding strikes to the service lines. There are up to 60,000 services every year (Clyde & Co) with an average costing of £7,000 per strike (USAG). Vacuum Excavation is not only the safest method, but also the smartest and most economically friendly.

This was just another successful Vacuum Excavation project for the PIER (UK) team.

Nationwide Vacuum Excavation Hire

As the market leader, we can offer the largest Vacuum Excavator fleet in the UK with full nationwide coverage 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

Our vehicles are available for either operated or self-drive hire for a single day excavation to longer hire terms with full training for your workforce to self-operate. Our operators hold CSCS and EUSR Certifications as well as a range of accreditations to safely work on your site.

As the industry leaders in Vacuum Excavation, PIER (UK) will listen carefully to their customers’ requirements and provide a solution that is suitable for the job at hand.

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