Aquaholics were approached by a Fuel Installation company to undertake a canopy and fuel pump extension at Caltex Whakatane. Aquaholics were engaged to do all civil structural and associated roofing works. This project had its challenges with being a live site and working around existing fuel lines and power cables. Aquaholics adhered to the strict Fuels Health and Safety requirements. Aquaholics cut and removed existing forecort and excavated down for new footing for canopy. They dug all trenches for new fuel lines, power, water and storm water services. They re-prepped ground and boxed up and poured new pump island and reinstated forecourt.
Canopy and roofing work to start after Xmas 2016. The first stage of this project was completed in 3 weeks, on time and on budget in November 2016.
Marc and Tom completed this job to a very high standard.
Aquaholics were engaged to undertake all new containment drainage to comply with new regulations to prevent spills from entering water ways. Aquaholics installed a new API interceptor, all drains, new channel drains on forecorts and new cess pits in the truckstop and tank slab. Aquaholcics also undertook all concrete placing, concrete bunding and reinstatement of all services. The bulk of the work was completed within a 5 day shut down. All spoil had to be tested onsite and if found contaminated, trucked to Hampdon downs for correct disposal.Aquaholics adhered to all Health and Safety requirements of a fuel site.
This project was completed by JT, Tom, Scrubby, Kieran and Brad in August 2015
BP Upper Hutt
Kieran and Brad replaced 36 L/M of Channel Drainage for new Thundaflo Channel Drainage at a fuel station in Upper Hutt. There were are few challenges that included: Having an access point to shop at all times from the forecourt, heavy rain delayed concrete pour, busy site and time restrictions.
The project was completed in 4 days as scheduled, and we are really pleased with the results. Project completed July 2015.