Public buildings come in all shapes and sizes, so the best solution to managing and servicing drainage assets is a tailored one. Here, UKDN Waterflow’s sector expertise is the perfect fit, even when drainage is complex or poorly-documented.
We have been looking after drainage in public buildings, like town halls, theatres and libraries, for many years. Whether it’s unblocking drains and sewers, emptying and cleaning septic tanks and aco drains, CCTV drainage surveys, CAD mapping or renovation and repairs, we provide all the commercial drainage services you could possibly need.
Whenever suits you
We’re happy to carry out maintenance visits to public buildings outside normal opening hours, minimising disruption to the public.
Keep it regular
Flushing drains out regularly maximises flow rate and reduces the chance of blockages. Where there is poor fall or a build up of fat, oil and grease (FOG), for instance, pipes will benefit from more frequent visits. Surface water drainage and culverts may become silted up but high pressure jetting once or twice a year helps them keep operating freely. Similarly, ponding and flooding in car parks can be avoided with regular cleaning of septic tanks, aco drains, gullies and interceptors.
Thanks to advanced CCTV technology, we identify the exact cause of drainage defects on problematic lines. We then provide a detailed report giving the drain condition, invert levels, flow directions and connections, along with recommendations and itemised repairs which may be required to make the drainage fit for purpose.
Protecting the public
Managing drainage assets in local authority public spaces is important in ensuring that flooding and, in extreme cases, subsidence, doesn’t affect residents and users. UKDN Waterflow will map, survey and remediate your culvert and drainage infrastructure, and carry out no-dig repairs wherever possible to reduce disruption to the environment and the public. Our drain mapping work is integral to understanding all underground assets, and complements work undertaken by the PMSA.
We offer a full 24/7 emergency service with four-hour response times across the UK, and the resources to resolve drainage or fresh water emergencies.
Contact us, now.
If you would like to hear more about our public sector service, complete the quick response form. Or call now on 0333 344 2937.