ECS Engineering Services delivers 49 duct cradles for nuclear power station

ECS Engineering Services delivers 49 duct cradles for nuclear power station ECS’ in-house fabrication department has recently completed the manufacture of 49 steel duct cradles destined for the main reactor building at a UK nuclear power plant. Each of the duct cradles required fabrication to the highest standards, with ECS engineers delivering all of the…

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Glasgow’s wastewater modernisation goes with the flow

Glasgow’s wastewater modernisation goes with the flow ECS Engineering Services has completed the modernisation of Shieldhall, Glasgow’s largest wastewater treatment works, including the installation of 14 massive new screw pumps, without disruption to normal operations. The project was part of Scottish Water’s £250m, multi-phase programme to improve wastewater and sewage treatment across the whole Glasgow…

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ECS and Landustrie offer full UK service support for Archimedes Screw Pumps

ECS and Landustrie offer full UK service support for Archimedes Screw Pumps ECS Engineering Services, a leading provider of bespoke engineering solutions to the water, energy and infrastructure sectors, is the exclusive UK service partner for Landustrie Archimedes Screw Pumps. For over 100 years, Landustrie has been a market leader in Archimedean Screw Pumps, with…

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ECS works with Environment Agency to protect South East against flood and coastal risks

ECS works with Environment Agency to protect South East against flood and coastal risks ECS Engineering Services has signed a new Flood and Coastal Risk Management (FCRM) Agreement for the South East with the Environment Agency. It covers all coastal, navigation and asset works and replaces an older framework agreement. The areas included extend from…

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London Stock Exchange Iists ECS Engineering as inspirational and a leader in its sector

London Stock Exchange Iists ECS Engineering as inspirational and a leader in its sector ECS Engineering Services has been selected as one of UK’s most inspiring companies for 2019 and listed to receive the London Stock Exchange’s “1000 Companies to Inspire Britain” award. ECS’s Operations Director Jamie Wesley says the nomination came as a surprise. “We…

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ECS builds Scottish Canals three deployable bridges for short term access requirements

ECS builds Scottish Canals three deployable bridges for short term access requirements ECS Engineering Services has supplied three Bailey-type bridges to Scottish Canals for use as temporary crossings at various locations on the waterways when construction or repair work is in hand. Each bridge is a different length, 8m, 10m or 13.5m and all are…

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New stoplog installation video released by ECS Engineering Services helps clients manage river control assets

New stoplog installation video released by ECS Engineering Services helps clients manage river control assets ECS Engineering Services has released an informative video on how to safely install stoplogs into a watercourse, a key method for isolating water control equipment for installation and refurbishment work. The video is of particular relevance to those working on…

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Automated weed screen cleaner proves its worth within weeks of installation

Automated weed screen cleaner proves its worth within weeks of installation A new Landustrie weed screen cleaner installed by ECS Engineering Services at the Short Ferry pumping station on the River Witham has ensured continuity of water supply to the Toft Newton Reservoir 10 miles (15km) away in Lincolnshire. The reservoir’s main function is to…

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ECS ensures continued operation at the Environment Agency’s West Stockwith HV pumping station

ECS ensures continued operation at the Environment Agency’s West Stockwith HV pumping station The pumping station at West Stockwith in South Yorkshire provides a lifeline for the farmers and residents along the River Idle, pumping excess water into the River Trent. The station contains four impressive pumps each requiring 3,300 volts to drain the local…

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