Well-Pointing in Winter at NCS Fluids
At NCS Fluid Handling Systems we take the seasonality of the work we perform seriously because construction services don’t stop for the seasons so why would or engineers and technicians at NCS Fluid Handling Systems. Dewatering and Well-pointing services are always needed year-round so the team at NCS Fluid Handling Services is as well. Just to be clear dewatering using well-pointing or deep wells is only part of the goal, safety around soil stabilization is a major part of the overall objective. In general, dewatering means modification of ground water by redirecting seepages, lowering the ground water table, and simply reducing the water content in foundation soil to completely dry and stabilize the soil within an excavation ensuring the success of installation of long-term assets such as sewer, water, gas or oil pipelines.
NCS Fluid Handling Systems provides a complete dewatering solution in all situations whether it’s a foundation, working inside or outside a cofferdam during construction or in an open cut application such as pipeline construction. The NCS Fluid Handling Systems team engineered, installed, and ran 24 monitoring constantly tuning the system to maintain optimum dewatering performance. Our full-service solution is what our team provides everyday, and should your systems require water treatment we can easily design a situation specific water treatment solution bench tested I our lab in Langley BC. An engineered solution takes the surprise and suspense out of water treatment, by removing the suspended solids or dissolved metals in a custom-built application. This custom-built engineered solution allows the discharge water from our clients site to be discharged to approved location in compliance with federal and provincial environmental guidelines such as DFO (fish and wildlife)
NCS Fluid Systems cares about all stakeholders, because we service and support a broad geographic region across Canada if you require dewatering, using well-pointing or deep wells and need to combine water treatment Contact is in Saskatchewan, Alberta, or British Columbia at 780 903 6206 / 604 679 0427 / 236 464 3744 / 780 886 9454 / 1 888 618 7867