Peak Associates has a wealth of over 30 years of experience in foul drainage investigation and design. We specialise in the investigation of existing systems as well as the design of private sewage treatment works and facilitating new connections to existing public sewers.
Peak have completed designs for numerous clients during our 30-year history, including small residential developments, large residential developments, educational establishments and some of the country’s best known Country Parks and Estates.
We offer a range of services, including drainage investigation by dye tracing and CCTV to assess the routes and condition of existing drainage as well as feasibility and sizing surveys to assess the drainage requirements for new developments or upgrades to existing sites.
We have experience of liaising with regulators to ensure that the appropriate permissions are in place, such as planning applications, building notices, and Environmental Permits.
Our engineering team can assist during the works to help deal with any issues that may arise and provide help and guidance to contractors.
Peak Associates also provide an ongoing monitoring programme for a number of clients to undertake quarterly or biannual performance assessments of the sewage treatment plants against their permitted limits.
Clients including developers, heritage bodies, schools, nursing homes, residential properties, business parks and leisure facilities have all appreciated the peace of mind that this service offers.
Once installed, this service also includes the management of desludge and service engineers to ensure that all aspects of the systems are managed.
Benefits and summary of services provided:
- A wealth of experience in treatment systems and drainage designs
- Use of UK Water ‘Flows and Loads IV’ sizing guidance, BSI’s standards for drainage and small treatment plants and the Environment Agency’s ‘Generally Binding Rules’
- Liaison with regulators ranging from Building Control, Planners and the Environment Agency, to demonstrate their bit of guidance has been followed!
- Aftercare advice and support, including regular monitoring
- Provide investigative-led (CCTV and drain tracing) site drainage plans that can be used, for example, in emergency planning for ‘at risk’ sites