Monthly Archives: October 2010

Warrington Bank Quay Station Car Park Opens

J Murphy Group has recently completed a new car park for Network Rail at Bank Quay Station, Warrington, which includes a sustainable surface water drainage system.

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Off Site Gas Migration Protection at Boo Hole, Rochdale

EPG were appointed by Rochdale MBC to undertake an options analysis for the mitigation of potential off-site migration of ground gas from a former landfill site known as ‘Boo Hole’ in Rochdale.

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Australia Ground Gas Risk Assessment Training

EPG were asked to present a four day course on ground gas risk assessment and remediation for the Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association. After a tiring plane journey Steve Wilson, along with Geoff Card, presented the course held from 14-17th … Continue reading

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Sustainable Water Management at the Horse of the Year Show

EPG has designed a sustainable water management system for the temporary outdoor arena for the Horse of the Year Show, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC 6-10th October 2010.

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Gas Protection and Sustainable Drainage Designs for Tameside BSF

Work is advancing on several of the Tameside BSF schools incorporating sustainable surface water drainage and gas protection measures designed by EPG. The schools, employing EPG designs, include New Charter College, Samuel Laycock School, Hyde Technology College, Dale Grove School, … Continue reading

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MUGA Rainwater Harvesting System for Rhyddings Park, Accrington

EPG has designed a sustainable water management system for Hyndburn Borough Council on the site of an existing bowling green in Rhyddings Park, Accrington. The facility really will become greener when it is converted to a Multi Use Games Area … Continue reading

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