Civil Engineering Drainage and Sewer Services
Exjet offers civil engineering drainage and sewer services, working with local councils, water authorities and large private sector companies.
Drawing on decades of experience, our in-house Engineers and CAD Technicians are able to assist, advise and offer design and build services for a variety of projects including:
Key Drainage and Sewer Services
- New public sewer connections
- Public sewer diversions and requisitions
- Septic tank and package sewage treatment plant installations
- Pump station construction
- Interceptor construction
- Flood alleviation and surface water separation schemes
- Enabling works
- Soakaway design and build
- Minor civil engineering packages
- Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS)
- Traditional reactive repairs
Highly Qualified – Civil Engineering Drainage Managers & Staff
With highly qualified management, and site staff trained to NRSWA Supervisor standards all works and traffic management problems within public highways are easily undertaken.
Exjet Services has extensive experience in all civil engineering drainage related works. By utilising our other “in-house” services we can offer a one stop shop covering all aspects of any works package from estimate to completion.
Drainage and Sewer Renovation & Repair
Exjet uses advanced sewer renovation technology and/or traditional open cut excavation services to suit needs.
Pipe re-lining and bursting are cost effective remediation solutions but are not always suitable. In those situations, traditional repair methods are used, backed by our in-house sewer and drainage expertise and resources.
Traditional repair methods include open cut excavation, groundworks and replacement of structurally defective sewers and pipes. We also offer a full drainage system design and installation services.
Septic Tank Installation, Sewer Renovation & Repair
Using the latest plant and equipment with our highly skilled teams, we plan, manage, carry out and reinstate septic tank solutions quickly.
This reduces costs and keeps disruption to a minimum for the local area and the environment.