Stormwater Attenuation: The construction industry’s answer to flooding

Stormwater Attenuation: The construction industry’s answer to flooding

With the recent government announcement of £500bn investment in new infrastructure, particularly in the transport, telecoms, flood defence and housing sectors, Stormwater Attenuation is becoming more and more prevalent within the construction industry.

Why do I need Stormwater Attenuation?

Attenuation is the process of water retention on site and slowly releasing it in a controlled discharge to a surface water or combined drain or watercourse.

Managing stormwater is becoming more and more challenging for builders and developers who need to meet the increasing regulation to control its flow.  This  means that it is more important than ever to be informed on how to best tackle flooding when planning new infrastructure projects.

What are the benefits?

Prevention is better than cure. Investing in Stormwater Attenuation systems help you to protect your infrastructure projects before the issue occurs, rather than having to deal with the mass devastation of flooding once it has happened, saving you a fortune.

As with all of our Stormwater Attenuation solutions, they’re easy to install and are extremely cost efficient enabling you to receive excellent value for money.

What are my options?

We have an array of Stormwater Attenuation solutions which are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes, we guarantee you’ll find something that suits your needs and requirements. Here are some options for you to consider:

Where to go for advice?

We’re one of the UK’s leading specialists and can design and install a stormwater attenuation solution to meet your specific needs and budget. We can provide you with expert advice on the different options available to you, including storm crates and bespoke stormwater attenuation tanks.

As leading specialists, we can also provide you with a stormwater attenuation installation service.

Please get in contact – 0121 351 3230.

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