Re-location of the existing compost pods to a temporary constructed HDPE lined composting pad.
Blasting of 22,000m3 of rock on three faces within a redundant quarry and processing (crushing & screening) into primary graded aggregates for incorporation into site batched structural concrete.
Trimming, including scarification of rock floor prior to regulating with fines material in preparation for sub-base formation.
Placement and compaction of a 200mm thick layer of Type 1 across the footprint of the proposed composting pad, prior to placement of a 200mm thick layer of site batched roller compacted concrete over 9480m2.
Construction of 210 lm of cast in-situ concrete lined channel, laid to falls and connected to a HDPE lined lagoon.
Stringent materials testing including flexural concrete beam tests were undertaken to satisfy the requirements the Environment Agency.
The lagoon was enclosed with a 2.4m high palisade fence.
All unsuitable material, including incompetent rock, soils from two fault lines and fines was spread and levelled within existing quarried areas.
I have arrived on the Ulverston site for PM Group as a Health & Safety Advisor, in building 11. Last Thursday I had an issue, that was not getting sorted for me, I was close to going for lots of beers. For one reason or another the DXI Lads came to me and said they would take care of it for me.
It wasn’t a small job by any means, it completely took me back, that it wasn’t even their job to do, the flexibility they showed and willingness to help, with a smile on their face I might add.