Congleton Hydro Newsletter March 2021

Congleton Hydro Newsletter March 2021

A short newsletter this month. Whilst a lot of work has been going on completing the channel and forebay tank for the installation of the screw, it is all nitty-gritty detail of preparing and installing rebar (twisted bits of metal rod that help provide the...
Congleton Hydro Newsletter March 2021

Congleton Hydro February Newsletter

Rain and More Rain!!!   We should not be surprised, as, after all, it is mid-winter, but the first few weeks of January have seen some atrocious weather but also some good periods. As mentioned in a previous newsletter the River Dane is a high spate river, being...
Congleton Hydro Newsletter March 2021

Congleton Hydro Newsletter January 2021

Happy New Year and Welcome to 2021 Many people would say that 2020 has been a most terrible year and wish it had just been a bad dream. I guess that on a personal note, the members of Congleton Hydro would agree but from a Project viewpoint, 2020 has been a great year...
Congleton Hydro Newsletter March 2021

Congleton Hydro Newsletter December

Archie the Screw has arrived, but we are almost screwed by the Georgians!!!November has seen a major milestone with the delivery of the Archimedes Screw but also November produced some unforeseen ground conditions that have set us back by a few weeks.After a long...
Congleton Hydro Newsletter March 2021

Congleton Hydro Newsletter November

Clocks Back but Hydro Progress is Forwards!Despite the grotty weather during the period of October, progress made by our site civils contractor CT Construction Ltd has been quite positive although inevitably some slippage has occurred.With the cofferdam in place...
Congleton Hydro Newsletter March 2021

Congleton Hydro Project Update – October

Hallelujah!!!!September has been the start of the realisation of the dream. During the past 4-5 years it sometimes seemed like Mission Impossible, well it is now Mission Happening. We have an access trackway from the main road and perhaps to the greatest relief of...