Established in 2012 and now working throughout the UK, Sewer Surveys UK Ltd provide high quality drainage services at exceptionally low costs without compromising health and safety. We are committed to carrying out all our contracts with minimal effect on the environment.
The company was formed by Andrew Froggatt and Simon Bennett who with 37 years' experience between them have a wealth of knowledge and experience within the industry and with the backing of a highly qualified workforce and spe- cialist equipment are able to demonstrate an excellent quality of drainage ser- vice which can be tailored to meet our clients needs. Since they began trading SSUK Ltd have built up a good reputation within the industry with clients such as BWB Consulting, NHTB Consultancy, Amey and Bridgeway Consulting being returning customers due to their work ethics on and off site. Through the hard work of all the staff they are also members of CHAS, Safe Contrator and Construction Line accreditation schemes. If you would like any further information of our services please contact us on 0800 050 9441 or via email at email@example.com
Sewer Surveys UK Ltd and Bridgeway Consulting worked in partnership to carry out a CCTV inspection survey of a heavily silted culvert that runs directly under the Network Rail and London Underground. The culvert is a brick arch with a natural invert and is approx 75m in total length with a 45 degree bend half […]Read More
Sewer Surveys UK Ltd and Bridgeway Consulting worked in partnership to carry out a CCTV inspection survey of a siphon culvert that runs directly under the Great Western Main Line railway between London and Bristol. Due to the location of the culvert being next to a railway and the Inlet and Outlet both being on […]Read More
Sewer Surveys UK Ltd and NHTB Consultancy worked in partnership on a Flood Risk Study for Optimise (AMP5 framework provider for Thames Water). The mission was to ascertain the reason for the many flooding incidents in the district of Maida Vale. During heavy rainfall the sewers were surcharging and in turn flooding the basements of […]Read More