WHAT IS DEWATERING?

What Is Dewatering? Installations For Areas With A High Water Table

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What Is Dewatering?

Dewatering is used to describe the action of removing excess groundwater or surface water from a construction site. Dewatering is used on most construction sites where there is accumulated water or a high water table. This is typically for structures which extend to below groundwater level.

In order to lower the water table, a wellpoint system is installed which allows for safe excavation.
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High Water Table Solutions For Clients In Reading And London

At MCB Dewatering Ltd, we offer an economical and effective method of groundwater control for clients across Reading, London and the Home Counties. You can depend on our team of professionals to install wellpoint systems to suit the needs of your site.

Groundwater creates a high water table, making it difficult to carry out foundation and excavation work. Our team of experts can install wellpoint dewatering systems to the depth required to lower the water table, enabling you to carry out construction below the water table.

Contact us to discuss your project requirements.
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Are You Looking For Experts To Solve Your High Water Table Problems? Call MCB Dewatering Ltd Today.

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