Project Brief – Graham’s secured the deep water regeneration project from clients Teessworks, to provide the first phase in an extensive regeneration program of the docklands in the Middlesbrough area. TCL were successfully appointed the piling package which included AZ sheet pile anchor wall and PU infill sheets to the front combi-wall as well as […]
Roadbridge had secured, through a joint venture with Keating’s, the redevelopment of Dublin Port and had already successfully extended and upgraded several berths prior to TCL being invited to tender. The subsequent demise of Keating’s meant the JV partnership had been dissolved leaving large areas of the development plan still to be constructed. On the […]
Trench Control were appointed specialist piling sub-contractor by McLaughlin & Harvey to install steel sheet piles of varied lengths and specifications, installed using a number of different methodologies to suit the changing dynamic of the pile line View full project PDF
McLaughlin & Harvey won this contract with clients Peel for Manchester District Council to install ground stabilization works along the canal side in Manchester’s Mode Wheel. Adjoining land owned by Valero has large petrochemical tanks that had been monitored for movement due to the underscoring of the river bank when water levels are high and […]
Trench Control Ltd were appointed specialist piling sub-contractor by L&M Keating Ltd to install sheet piling and steel tube supports for the proposed slipways either side of the Carlingford Lough proposed car ferry route. View full project PDF
Following on from Farrans successful installation of the south side deep water berth at Montrose Harbour, they were the preferred bidder for berths 7&8 on the north side harbour. The existing berths were dilapidated to a state that significant point loads were no longer deemed safe. Farrans were appointed main contractor to install a new […]
Following on from our successful installation of the south side deep water berth 9 & 10 at Montrose Harbour, Farrans Construction engaged Trench Control services again to utilise our hydraulic piling gate for a similar deep water berth in the north east of England. Northumberland Energy Park Phase 1 is to transform an existing dock […]
Trench Control are delighted to announce the appointment of Michael Darcy to the position of Operations Director with immediate effect. Michael has been with the company since leaving college and has played an important role in the development of the company. We wish him well in his new role at a very exciting tome in […]
Trench Control using a Movax hammer to extract sheet piles at the Exo building in Dublin. The piles were installed earlier in the year on behalf of Bennett Construction, and TCL’s work on the site is nearing completion.
We are currently auguring and driving up to 1100 number steel sheet piles, 12.0 metres in length for Ward and Burke. Production rates have been excellent given the great weather and conditions, and we look forward to completing an excellent job, on schedule.