The Leadenhall Building
We have supplied numerous floor standing wastewater pumping systems in various floors for the commercial office space in this 225-meter bold skyscraper building located in the heart of the London financial insurance district. Informally known as ‘The Cheese Grater’ because of its distinctive wedge shape design. The building had to preserve views of the iconic St. Paul’s Cathedral from Fleet Street, therefore appears to be inclined away from the Cathedral. International insurance company Aon shifted its global headquarters from Chicago to The Leadenhall Building.
Booking.com HQ, Manchester
We have supplied various floor standing wastewater tea point pumping systems located within the new online travel giant Booking.com global headquarters at Manchester Goods Yard for its ground transportation company rentalcars.com. This building will offer it’s global transport hub. Manchester Goods Yard is a new media, tech, creative area featuring three 10-storey workspace buildings. Booking.com is a dutch online travel agency for hotel and apartment reservations and other travel products such as cars, flights, trains and airport taxis. Originally launched in 1996 the website has over 28 million listings.
The Old War Office Building
We have supplied and commissioned various floor standing Compli sewage disposal units located in this prestigious building located in Whitehall, Westminster as part of the restoration of the Grade II listed historic building to now include a word class Raffles hotel and luxury residences. The Old War Office Building was previously the Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill’s headquarters during World War II and in 1964 it was transferred to the new Ministry of Defence (MoD). The iconic James Bond author Ian Fleming who worked there as a British Naval Intelligence Office, came up with the idea for Bond during his time at the office.
We supplied a number of submersible wet well pump stations to Nido Spitalfields at 100 Middlesex Street in London, the tallest student accommodation building in the world.
BBC Television Centre, White City
We have supplied a large number of submersible wet well pumping stations for the £8 billion redevelopment project at the BBC’s Television Centre, London. The Television Centre in White City, West London was the headquarters for BBC Television from 1960 until 2013. Some of the best-known programmes on British television were recorded or transmitted from within its walls such as Dad’s Army, Match of the Day, Fawlty Towers and many more.
Centre Court, Wimbledon
We were involved in the supply and design of the submersible pumping systems for the new roof at Wimbledon’s famous centre court. We installed the storm water pump stations for the northern section of Centre Court including the run off from the retractable roof and for the main East Wing and Basement slab. Wimbledon is home to the annual grand slam tennis championship and was the venue for the London 2012 Olympic Games tennis tournament.
We supplied a number of floor mounted submersible pumping systems for the catering quarters at The Shard, London Bridge. At over 1000 feet tall and with 87 floors, The Shard is the tallest building in the European Union.
We maintain the submersible pumping systems at the famous Empire Casino in London’s Leicester Square.
We have supplied above and below ground submersible pumping stations to Canary Wharf. Once the area of one of the busiest docks in the world, the district of Canary Wharf is now one of the United Kingdom’s two financial centres. With over 100,000 people working in Canary Wharf, the area is now home to many of the world or European headquarters of several major banks.
The British Museum
We have supplied below ground submersible wet well pumping stations to The British Museum, London. The museum houses a collection of some 8 million works, which is one of the largest in existence. The building was completed in 1852, with its famous façade emulating classical Greek architecture with the columns being borrowed from ancient Greek temples.
Apple Store, Regent Street
We have supplied floor standing sewage lifting stations to Apple’s UK flagship store on Regent Street. Having recently been refurbished, Apple’s Regent Street store boasts state of the art video walls and an indoor tree garden, as well as hosting workshops from leading professionals.
We have supplied above and below ground submersible pumping systems to 100 Bishopsgate. 100 Bishopsgate is a development of two buildings situated on the edge of the City of London financial district.
London Waterloo Station
We have supplied numerous submersible waste water pumping sets to London Waterloo Station. Opened in 1848, London Waterloo is a central London terminus which has become the busiest station in the UK. With its 24 platforms it is also the largest station in the country in terms of floor space.
Keble College, Oxford
We have supplied a number of below ground GRP wet well pumping stations to Keble College in Oxford. Keble College was established in 1870, having been built as a monument to John Keble. Keble is one of the larger colleges of the University of Oxford, with over 700 undergraduates and graduate students.
Renault Sport F1
We supplied a new below ground GRP wet well pumping station to deliver the foul water at the Renault Sport Formula One factory in Oxford. Renault have been involved in Formula One since the 70s and have won 2 constructors championships.
Bluewater Shopping Centre
We have supplied numerous submersible pumping systems to a number of different food and retail outlets at Bluewater Shopping Centre. Originally opened in 1999 in an old chalk quarry, it is the 6th largest shopping centre in Europe and welcomes over 27 million visitors a year.
St. Mary Axe (The Gherkin)
We have supplied numerous submersible waste water pumping sets to 30 St. Mary Axe, London (The Gherkin). With 41 floors and totalling 500,000 sq ft, The Gherkin is an iconic highlight of the London skyline and one of the capitals most recognisable examples of contemporary architecture.
The Postal Museum
We have supplied below ground wet well pumping stations to the new Postal Museum in Clerkenwell, London. The site is run by the postal heritage trust and provides a comprehensive history of Royal Mail.
We have supplied numerous submersible pumping systems to The Oval Cricket Ground. The Oval was the first ground in England to host international test cricket in September 1880 and the final test match of the English season is traditionally played there.
We have supplied numerous packaged pumping systems to the famous Lords Cricket Ground or “The Home of Cricket” as it is otherwise known. The existing ground is over 200 years old and hosted the 2000th test match when England hosted India in July 2011.
Hampton Court Palace Magic Garden
We supplied a number of floor mounted sewage lifting stations for the new magic garden at the historic Hampton Court Palace. The palace has stood for hundreds of years and is one of only two surving palaces out of the many owned by King Henry VIII. The magic garden is a new adventure playground for children set within the grounds.
20 Fenchurch Street
We supplied a number of floor mounted submersible pumping systems for various floors at 20 Fenchurch Street in the historic City of London financial district. Some people may know this building better by its nick name ‘The Walkie-Talkie’, so called because of its distinctive top heavy design.
We have supplied a number of floor mounted sewage lifting stations to various floors at 99 Bishopsgate, a 25 storey skyscraper in the City of London financial district.
122 Leadenhall Street
We supplied numerous wet well pumping stations at the 737 feet skyscraper at 122 Leadenhall Street in London, known informally as ‘The Cheesegrater’ for its distinctive wedge shape.
The Scalpel (52 Lime Street)
We have supplied numerous submersible waste water pumping sets to The Scalpel, 52 Lime Street London. Earning its name from its distinctive angular shape, the newly completed building stands at 620 ft tall with 38 storeys and is the newest feature to adorn the London skyline.
London 2012 – ArcelorMittal Orbit
We supplied a number of submersible pumping systems in the bottom of the ArcelorMittal Orbit in time for the London 2012 Olympic Games. At 376 feet, the ArcelorMittal Orbit is the tallest sculpture in the UK, it stands some 71 feet taller than the Statue of Liberty in New York.
The 755ft Heron Tower (officially 110 Bishopsgate) is the tallest building in the City of London financial district and the third tallest building in Greater London. We supplied numerous floor mounted submersible pumping systems on a number of floors serving tea points, WCs and showers.
London 2012 – Aquatics Centre
We supplied a number of submersible wet well pump systems to the Aquatic Centre at London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The 17,500 seat arena was used for swimming, diving and synchronised swimming at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games.