Buxton Water Hydrodemolition, Drainage and Minor Civils

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Head Office Address

Buxton Water Ltd
1 Maple Court
Maple View
White Moss Business Park
Skelmersdale
WN8 9TW.
United Kingdom.

Tel – 01942 290130

Workshop Address

Buxton Water Ltd
Unit 4, Lockett Business Park
South Lancashire Industrial Estate
Lockett Road
Ashton in Makerfield
WN4 8DE.
United Kingdom.


Contact Details

Hydrodemolition
Mark Hothersall
Tel – 01942 290 130
Mob – 07775 792 350
markh@buxtons-water.co.uk

Drainage & Civils
Carl Pendleton
Tel – 0845 873 1549
Mob – 07779 138 599
carlp@buxtons-water.co.uk

Accounts
Ann Wood
Tel – 01942 290 130
annw@buxtons-water.co.uk


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LATEST COMPANY NEWS
24 Hour Call Out

December 7th, 2016

24 Hour Call Out

Buxton Water expands its Reactive Maintenance Services across the country, delivering our market leading 24 hour call out service.

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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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OUR LATEST PROJECTS

October 23rd, 2018

Case Study: The Greyhound Bridge

Contract No: 02/501/6877 Client: AE Yates Location: Lancaster Value: TBC Summary: 245m³ of Concrete Removed Background Greyhound Bridge carries the A683 (Greyhound Bridge Road) over the River Lune. It was constructed in 1911 as a railway viaduct and converted to […]

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October 22nd, 2018

Case Study: King George Dock Hydro Demolition

Contract No: 02/611/06398 Client: Volker Laser Location: Hull Docks Value: Works Ongoing Summary: 3 year Milestone Reached Background Built predominantly as a suspended quayside, North Quay consists of a series of bays on which cranes stand to unload cargo. The […]

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