As a result of an innovative logistics plan and recognising a proven history of adaptability and success in the construction of wetland and wildlife habitats, White Horse Contractors were awarded the contract to carry out the works. Following further consultation with Water Engineering specialist Nathan Jackaman, our team began plans to mobilise on-site in Eythrope.
White Horse Contractors devised a bespoke plan to safely deliver and remove the required plant and machinery from the site without damaging the wider ecosystem.
Our specialist team understands the importance of catering to every clients’ needs. With that in mind, we worked with the trust to find a solution for the transport and redistribution of spoil on surrounding agricultural lands. Works commenced with the White Horse team installing a temporary bridge, which safely enabled access of plant to the site and enabled the economic removal of spoil arising.
Utilising our in-house specialist plant the team then implemented a drainage management plan to control the flow of water for the duration of the works. Thanks to this diligent planning, and the secure site access, we were able to continue works through an extended period of heavy rainfall. To minimise costs we collaborated with landowners Waddesdon Estate to sensitively redistribute spoil on Estate land and eliminate the need for costly removal.