New work in pipeline after mech fit

A team of three AJ Engineering staff have been delivering the mechanical fit out for a new Waste Water Pumping station to the South of Oxford at Benson WWTW.

The work involved the installation of two pumping stations with AJE securing some secondary access steelworks too.

M&E Technical Services Manager Wilson Burnett explained: “This original project which was the mechanical fit out of the two pumping stations is just reaching conclusion. The first pumping station took about two weeks to complete and the smaller one has taken about five days.

“The Project is being looked after by Stuart Munro who was in daily contact with the team due to the location and distance away from Forres.”

As well as the mechanical fit out of the pumping stations, AJE has secured more work handling the secondary access steel.

“We secured that after we began work on the first pumping station,” explained Wilson. Those works are still to be carried out, but it will be the same team that go. As part of the works, they had to have specialist training at the Thames Water Training Centre next to Heathrow before they were allowed to access the site, so it makes sense to send down the same team.”

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