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Energy and waste

Supporting our customers in providing energy solutions for the future

MGF’s offering to the Energy and Waste sector covers our entire range of products and indeed our added value services.

Schemes for Power Stations (conventional, renewable and nuclear), energy from Waste facilities and Wind Farms, range from small repair and enabling works utilising smaller trench support systems such as trench boxes, manhole boxes, drag boxes and trench sheets with walers and struts or manhole braces, through to large and often complex cofferdams comprising trench sheets or sheet piles and hydraulic bracing frame and hydraulic struts, to major support schemes utilising our Major Projects propping fleet and bespoke manufactured details.

The nature of the work in this arena tends to be particularly challenging, often having complex excavation geometry and poor ground conditions, therefore a rigorous and collaborative approach to temporary works design is essential. Our design team work closely with our Technical Sales team and our customers to ensure that excavations are designed with safety, practicality and value in mind, and are subject to the appropriate rigorous checking procedures.

Case Studies

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Case Study: MGF aid tank installation for Toureen

To support the installation of four underground fuel tanks, Toureen called in MGF.

As part of the development of the latest Costco site in Stevenage, Toureen Contractors were looking for a clear span excavation frame to install four, 100,000 litre underground fuel tanks. Due to MGF’s extensive experience in these schemes and Technical Sales, Ray Hind’s relationship with the contractors, MGF were the preferred supplier to complete the works.

Our design consisted of pre-driven GU16 sheet piles, with ...

On: 7 Aug, 2019By: MGF
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Case Study: 78m long open excavation

To supply low-carbon heat to buildings across Bristol, CP Groundworks were tasked with installing a district heating main directly through Temple Meads.
MGF’s involvement on the district heating main came through CP Groundworks who introduced MGF to Eurovia.
MGF Technical Sales Representative, Dexter Dolman attended an initial meeting and delivered a presentation on MGF’s capabilities, products and services to Jon Clarke, CP Groundworks’ Director. After Jon’s introduction of Dexter to Will Orr, Project Manager at Eurovia, MGF’s Regional Engineer, Richard ...

On: 24 Jul, 2019By: MGF
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Case Study – Iggesund Biofuel Processing Facility Cumbria

Project: Iggesund Biofuel Processing Facility Cumbria
Customer: Iggesund

Through MGF’s continued relationship with A.J. Clark, they were tasked with designing and supplying temporary excavation support for the build of a bio fuel facility in the pre-existing Iggesund site. Iggesund are one of Europe´s leading manufacturer of high quality virgin fibre paperboard for use in the packaging and graphics sectors. It is their aim to use some of the current by-products of their manufacturing to process and create bio fuel.
On: 24 Feb, 2016By: MGF

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Case Study – Drax Power Station

Project: Ecostore Rail Unload Building
Customer: Volker Ground Engineering

MGF provided excavation support for the Ecostore Rail Unload Building as part of the £200m biomass project at Drax Power Station in Selby.
MGF were first contacted by Volker Ground Engineering (VGE) to provide budget costs for the design and supply of 3 levels of modular propping for the 18m deep basement in the Rail Unload Building. A cost comparison was conducted by VGE and a welded steel frame was ...

On: 24 Feb, 2016By: MGF
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Case Study – Derby City Council Hydroelectric Scheme

Project: Derby City Council Hydroelectric Scheme at Longbridge Weir
Customer: Derby City Council
Main Contractor: Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering

MGF were asked to design and supply temporary and permanent support for a hydro power house and turbine chamber (plus associated inlet channel and tailrace) constructed at the side of an existing weir on the banks of the River Derwent in the centre of Derby.
The design incorporated a single level of modular 406 UC Brace system in conjunction ...

On: 24 Feb, 2016By: MGF

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