Hawes have just completed the construction of a much needed control building at Clays Lake in Haywards Heath.
Working with JT Mackley for the Environment Agency, this winter project has consisted of building a steel framed single storey structure with cladding and roller shutter doors.
Half of this impressive new building will be used for storage of machinery and materials, whilst the other half now has a fully fitted kitchenette and toilet facilities.
It has been a pleasure seeing this programme through to it’s final stage and we couldn’t be happier with what we are handing over to the Environment Agency. Working alongside JT Mackley whilst they carried out conjunctive reservoir works has been fantastically coordinated, and we look forward to working as a team again in the future.
Bruce Hawes, Managing Director
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