Provectus Remediation With Major Contract Win

Provectus Remediation commence remediation works in West Ham

Construction Enquirer recently highlighted an article on a project where our sister company Provectus Remediation secured a major remediation works contract. The following is a summary of the Construction Enquirier article.

Developer Berkeley has recently started construction work at its £1bn TwelveTrees Park scheme to build 3,800 homes in East London’s West Ham.

Remediation contractor Provectus Remediation is implementing the remediation works where over 40,000m3 of soil will be be reused on site rather than sent to landfill. This will be achieved by implementing on-site soil treatment to enable all soils to achieve site specific reuse targets.

The first phase of construction work at the 26-acre site is focused on Evergreen Point, which will provide 205 apartments.

Construction will also begin on a new entrance for West Ham station, due to complete in 2023, the development’s community hub and landscaping around Evergreen Point.

Berkeley has imposed strict sustainability goals on contractors.

Justin Tibaldi, divisional managing director at Berkeley Homes (Capital), said: “Our approach is to adopt best practice every step of the way and we aim to be world-class when it comes to sustainability, delivering this vital scheme in a way which is carbon positive, as well as providing a development which brings lasting community benefits.”

The first homes, at Evergreen Point, are due to be completed and ready for occupation by 2024.