Hydrodemolition and Concrete Removal

Hydrodemolition, Concrete Removal and High Pressure Water Jetting

Hydrodemolition, a process which uses the power of high pressure water jetting, is widely regarded by civil engineers as the safest and most effective method of concrete removal, with the main benefit being that the process leaves steel reinforcements in tact and ready to be re-used.

Buxton Water Ltd are one of the UK’s leading hydrodemolition contractors and specialise not only in manual hand lance hydrodemolition but also operate one of the largest UK based robotic hydrodemolition fleets. As such, we are fully equipped to undertake all hydrodemolition work regardless of any accessibility or water supply difficulties which may be presented.

Manual lance hydrodemolition offers the perfect solution for the removal of concrete either in instances of smaller volume removal or when accessibility issues would prevent the use of robotics.

Robotic hydrodemolition, on the other hand, opens up the opportunity for significantly increased rates of hydrodemolition concrete removal compared to manual hand lance methods, with an average 5 times greater productivity alongside the benefit of a safer working environment.

As members of the Water Jetting Association, Buxton Water's experienced operators are fully trained and certificated to undertake all types of high pressure water jetting tasks including:

  • Hydrodemolition Concrete Removal (Manual & Robotic)
  • Concrete Scabbling
  • Ultra High Pressure Surface Preparation
  • Industrial Cleaning: Tube Bundles, Process Pipework, Heat Exchangers
Maintenance of Drainage Systems

Planned & Reactive Maintenance of Drainage Systems, Groundwork and Minor Civils Projects

Buxton Water Ltd offers a complete drainage service solution covering everything from planned maintenance (monthly, quarterly or annual service visits) through to a full 24 hour emergency drain repair service.

Our drainage solutions include CCTV drainage surveys and reports, sonar tracing of pipes, pipe lining, drain cleaning and dig-ups (including street-work excavations) through to a full drain and sewer reinstatement service which covers tarmacing, concrete, block paving and brickwork.

In the event of an emergency, our 24 emergency call out service covers the entirety of the North of England, offering a fast and efficient solution for commercial drainage repairs.

For our planned maintenance service, however, we are happy to undertake work including regular checks on your drains, non-emergency drain repairs, groundwork and minor civils projects throughout the UK.

No project is too small! Just call us to discuss:

  • 24 Hour Emergency Call Out Service
  • Drain and Sewer Repairs, Cleaning and Relining
  • CCTV Inspection & Reporting
  • Dig Up & Rehabilitation of Existing Drainage Systems
  • New Drainage System Installations
  • Brickwork, Block Paving, Tarmacing & Concreting

To discuss your project, call us on: 01942 290 130

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LATEST COMPANY NEWS

October 26th, 2016

NEW Buxton Water Head Office

As part of our ongoing expansion the Company has invested £300k in new office premises at Maple Court, adjacent to junction 4 of the M58 at Skelmersdale in Lancashire. After months of planning the move was completed in October with […]

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January 7th, 2016

Happy New Year

Buxton Water would like to thank our customers for their business over the past 12 months and we wish you a Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year in 2017.

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OUR LATEST PROJECTS

August 26th, 2016

M74m Tarmacadam Repairs in Scotland

Task: Our task involved the patching of deteriorated tarmac to the VOSA Site on M74m known locally as Beattock Summit. Over the course of 3 days, the site was closed to VOSA Inspection Vehicles whilst work was taking place. The […]

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July 26th, 2016

Buxton Water Ease Local Primary School’s Flooding Woes

Buxton Water were tasked with providing a solution to recent flooding at Malvern Primary School in Huyton, Knowsley. The cause of the flooding was quickly identified as ‘insufficient drainage to cope with the deluges of rain water’ and a rectification […]

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