Waterseekers Project Gallery
Tyntesfield House - National Trust, Bristol. Spring 2017
Two water boreholes were drilled to a depth of 150m in the grounds of this spectacular Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate near Wraxall. As a result of the boreholes, the National Trust will be revitalising a Victorian boating lake and supplying water to irrigate the house gardens.
Site Investigation - Sheffield
4 boreholes were drilled under the footprint of a new recycling plant to a depth of 45m to investigate the ground composition and the presence of any shallow mine workings to enable the progress of the development.
Student Accommodation - Huddersfield 2016
Borehole to supply 101 student apartments in the centre of Huddersfield. Borehole drilled to a depth of 70m targeting the millstone/grit formation.
Hare Krishna Centre - Watford 2016
Bhakitevedanta Manor required a solution for water and water storage for multi-purpose use at their centre in Watford. WSWDS installed a borehole into chalk to a depth of 80m. We installed 3 no. 20,000 litre potable water tanks and plantroom consisting of controls, booster pump and a complex manifold system.
Spring Water Collection
WSWDS were commissioned to site to investigate the possibility of 4 existing boreholes drilled by a petroleum company some years ago to be utilised for potable use. WSWDS designed a system to collect, treat and distribute the water.
Borehole CCTV Inspection
As a result of experiencing a high mineral content in their water supply a CCTV inspection of the borehole at Kings Croft Hotel in Pontefract was required to determine the borehole construction and condition to enable rehabilitation of the borehole to restore it back to its optimum condition.
Cooling Tower System in a GRP Housing with Booster Tank and Pump Supply for Sainsbury's Supermarket
Sheffield United FC / Bramall Lane, 2015
Borehole drilled to a depth of 130m below ground level targeting two sandstone formations which was the Grenoside Sandstone and Greenmoor Rock Sandstone. The borehole is producing 15 cubic meters per hour for the irrigation of the new Deso pitch.