Jubilee Park Remediation and Infrastructure

PROJECT OUTLINE In 2012, Walters acquired the 40 hectares site of the of former Novelis Aluminium Works in Rogerstone, South Wales. Working closely and collaboratively with a team of specialist consultants, we obtained outline planning permission for the site within 1 year from acquisition. This was despite significant risks associated with the sites former use, […]

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Whiteheads, former steelworks to Housing Development

Not-for-Profit developer Tirion Homes commissioned Walters to complete extensive remediation and redevelopment work on the site of the former Whiteheads Steelworks in Newport. The 53 acre site (derelict since the factory’s demolition in 2005), had become extremely overgrown and contained a significant amount of residual structures

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Walters score full marks on complex landfill capping scheme

Due to increased UK wide recycling targets, the Lamby way operation continued several years past its expected operational period. Having finally reached capacity, Walters were selected to carry out the final capping phase – marking the end of the landfill process at Lamby way.

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NRW Gauging Station Improvements

NRW appointed Walters to carry out works to improve access to a key gauging station which monitors water levels within the Irfon River.

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LLynfi Valley Community Woodland created by Walters

Walters were appointed following a competitive tender process. They delivered the works on behalf of Natural Resources Wales, funded by the Welsh Government Nature Fund. The project involved preparing 50 acres of land on the site of the former Coegnant Colliery (in the Upper Llynfi Valley), for woodland planting – by the re-cultivation of disused colliery spoil.

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Drainage repair at iconic former Navigation Colliery, Bedwas

Due to the high flow of water through the existing tip drainage channels, heavy scouring had occurred to the concrete channel sections, eroding the concrete and exposing the reinforcement below.

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