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UKDN Waterflow secures further work with Thames Water

Building on our fantastic achievement of delivering 44 sites for Thames Water in record time, UKDN Waterflow has been successful in winning further work on the Thames Water Sewer Crossing Rail contract. The rehabilitation works will include CCTV surveying, along with small diameter pipe bursting and structural lining methods, including UV lining. Tom Hudson, Strategy […]

UKDN Waterflow supporting the 24 hour city

UKDN Waterflow continues to support London Underground and its alliance partners, such as Track Partnership, Tubelines and the STAKE delivery model, deliver reactive and planned drainage works.  Our CCTV, Jetting and Lining teams work to ensure London keeps moving 24hrs a day. Just announced is Transport for London’s Night Tube, a new service that will […]

Railtex 2015 a success for UKDN Waterflow

Over three days, (12-14th May 2015) Technical Services fronted a team made up of engineering, sales and senior managers which proved to be formidable in demonstrating the newest CCTV mainline systems and UV lining techniques to a wide rail audience. We took a practical approach to the exhibition showcasing our patented slot cutter solution and […]

No-dig drainage techniques, saving time, money and rail disruption

UKDN Waterflow’s no-dig technology includes a UV lining process which is a fast, cost-effective way to repair a collapsed or damaged pipe. Once cured by UV light, the high strength liner can be installed into an existing pipe, culvert or duct suitable for high load situations in diameters from 150mm to 1600mm. Fast installation makes […]

In the Pipeline autumn customer newsletter

In the Pipeline, UKDN Waterflow’s regular quarterly newsletter to new and existing customers, is now available online. The jam packed autumn edition, featuring amongst others stories on our new centre of excellence in the South, the High Speed 2 Northern Hub event, our commitment to health and safety and DDA requirements, and how UKDN Waterflow […]

ISTT 2014 International Award for UKDN Waterflow Ham Sewer project

The International Society for Trenchless Technology (ISTT) No –Dig award for Project of the Year has gone to UKDN Waterflow, for a unique strengthening project which saw Crossrail Tunnel Boring Machines passing within 500mm of the Ham sewer, a major arterial pipe serving East London. The ISTT was established to advance the science and practice […]

UKDN Waterflow moving to new Southern Business Centre

In mid October 2014 UKDN Waterflow will be moving to a new Southern Business Centre to support its customers around the country The southern Business Centre will complement the Midlands Customer Centre UKDN Waterflow established at the start of the year and forms part of its ongoing commitment to ensure the company has fit for purpose premises to support its customers. UKDN Waterflow is backed […]

International Tunnelling and Underground Space Awards

The New Civil Engineer International Tunnelling & Underground Space Awards 2014 has named UKDN Waterflow’s Ham sewer project as a finalist in the ‘Rehabilitation Project of the Year’ category. Judges will be looking to reward the best project in terms of the quality and execution of the design, and the innovation brought to the project. […]

Launch of BIFM contractors health & safety guide

The launch of the BIFM contractors health & safety guide has been welcomed by water, wastewater, drainage and infrastructure services supplier UKDN Waterflow. The company, which has yet again received a Silver award from RoSPA for excellence in Health & Safety, has a ‘Right First Time’ approach embedded into its operational structure, which means that employees and other contractors on […]

Rail heavyweight Arith Liyanage leads strategy review

Arith Liyanage has joined UKDN Waterflow to head a comprehensive review of their rail and infrastructure strategy. UKDN Waterflow provide specialist drainage and infrastructure services to the rail sector, and are a leading player in the no-dig UV lining arena, a process that saves considerable possession time, money and reinstatement costs for culverts, drains and […]

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