JN Bentley has been enjoying a recent run of successes in winning contracts with new clients.
Following on from our success at Blenheim Palace Reservoir last year, we’re delighted to have secured more work at another World Heritage Site, this time at Studley Lake (pictured below) within the Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Estate in North Yorkshire.
The £300,000 National Trust contract, to remove the silt from the lake, will be complete in just over 12 months.
We are also enjoying our continued expansion in the renewable energy market with a recent win with the Blairgowrie and Rattray Regeneration Company to construct a hydroturbine on the River Ericht in Perthshire.
This 16-week community-led project will begin in July and should be complete by mid-November this year.
Another household name added to our ever-growing client list over recent weeks includes the British Library.
The six-week enabling works contract, worth almost £175,000, will begin next week. The project involves diverting water, foul and high pressure mains from the site at Thorp Arch in West Yorkshire, in preparation for the client’s construction of a new storage building.