Continuing its carbon reduction strategy, ECS Engineering Services has installed highly efficient LED lighting at its workshop in Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. The switch is expected to reduce annual carbon emissions by over 54% compared to the legacy system.
New ECS stainless-steel ballast tanks keep Pillings radial gate open
ECS Engineering Services has installed the UK’s first ever set of moulded fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) lock gates on the River Thames at Sunbury Dry Dock.
ECS installs penstock system to support environment and migrating fish.
ECS has won a place on the latest mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, control and automation (MEICA) Works and Services Framework with Anglian Water.
ECS Engineering Services has updated two Brackett Green® drum screens at Black Dyke Intake in conjunction with Ovivo.
ECS Engineering Services’ initial three-year agreement with National Highways has been extended for another year to maintain multiple drainage pumping stations in Derbyshire, the East Midlands and Nottinghamshire.
ECS Engineering Services has repaired Thetford No.1 Sluice gate on behalf of the Environment Agency. Damaged by Storm Chiara, the infrastructure needed refurbishment to control water levels and support the surrounding environment, population and wildlife.
Footbridge innovations make installation easy and ensure long life A new footbridge providing access to an Environment Agency groundwater pumping station near Newbury in Berkshire has won the praise of local residents because of the minimal disturbance during installation. The facts that it has little visual impact and will require hardly any maintenance during its…
ECS manufacturing and site teams ready to carry out essential engineering work ECS Engineering Services has reiterated that it will continue to provide core engineering services to customers requiring essential works during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes providing critical support to utilities and infrastructure. Clark Williamson, Contracts Director at ECS, said: “In light of the…