Soil stacks replaced while residents stay in placed

Published:  02 July, 2014

Residents were able to stay in their homes while cast-iron soil and waste pipes were replaced in three separate high-rise residential towers in Birmingham. Polypipe Terrain worked with M&E contractor IDS and Birmingham City Council to devise a solutions based on plastics pipes.

Polypipe manufactured 200 m of 110 mm Terrain dB12 and 75 mm Terrain Fuze fabricated soil and waste stacks to exact specifications and delivered them to the site in Kings Norton. Sub-contractor Lovell completed installations across the 96 properties 40% faster than the average for such works.

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