Monday, 26 September 2016

Civil Engineers and Water Management

In September 2016, two landmark reports have been published which has gained the attention of many firms – from civil engineering in Denbigh to the whole of North Wales and beyond. The findings of which regards both ends of the spectrum with flooding and drought, and no doubt will form the backbone of water management strategy in decades to come, forming as a guide for civil engineering firms the throughout the UK and the world – not just North Wales.

A need has been identified for improved rain and flood modelling throughout the UK, as well as a significant need for temporary flood defences and greater protection for infrastructure until new measures to provide permanent defence can be established. Key steps identified within these reports indicate that local resilience needs to be improved, and all modelling improvements must be on an ongoing basis.

In regard to this, civil engineering firms will no doubt be scratching their heads. It’s well known that construction as an industry is somewhat behind the times, and a lot of firms simply don’t like embracing change, whether said change is BIM Modelling, sustainable building or improved workflows and improved mechanism, to promote buildings saving money during their operation time at a slightly extra cost within the build, or otherwise.

Brenig Construction, a North Wales based civil engineering and turnkey project management firm have shown throughout all of their projects that they are more than comfortable embracing change. With strong roots in sustainable building, green building, H&S and one of the few firms within North Wales which work to BREEAM specification, Brenig Construction also have the high reputation that came with direct experience of working on Rhyl’s Coastal Defences some years past.


 Furthermore, Brenig Construction have worked within a multitude of projects both nationally and locally, for gigantic players such as Willmott Dixon, Balfour Beatty, and even smaller scale projects such as Cartrefi Conwy, which shows their dedication to the world around them as well as their dedication to human beings, with a wave of social housing in Llanfairfechan the lastest of their long line of achievements and improvements to the North Wales area.

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