McHugh Civil Engineering Projects
Since the very beginning, McHugh Civil Engineering Ltd has delivered engineering excellence through cost-efficient, customer focused solutions from minor works through to major infrastructure projects. Experience includes:-
McHugh were contracted to construct the pumping station chamber and associated RC tanks and ancillary structure for the upgrade of the water supply works.
McHugh were contracted to construct the reinforced concrete capping beams and associated works for the flood defence walls on the River Adur.
Construction of a new build office development on a restricted site in central Haywards Heath, main structural frame constructed in-situ concrete, elevations clad with brick and curtain walling. The top floor will be constructed using a metframe system, windows and curtain walling.
McHugh’s was contracted to construct ground beams and retaining walls for a warehouse building in Lancing
McHugh’s were contracted to construct the lower ground floor structures associated with the RC frame, including retaining wall, ground slabs and plinths, lower ground floor walls and columns, and the crane base of the new Brighton College academic building on Sutherland Road.”
McHugh’s were appointed to construct a retaining wall and hard standings as part of the Brighton seafront improvements.
4 Delivery Ltd appointed McHughs to be involved in the construction of the temporary sewage treatment works in Woolston, Southampton. This was put in place in order to allow for the demolition of the existing treatment works and the construction of a modern wastewater treatment plant. We constructed of all the reinforced concrete structures including the inlet pumping station and large radial bases for the primary and secondary process plant. Through a collaborative working approach all outputs were successfully achieved in this first phase of the project.
Construction of a new bridge over the Arun & Wey canal to be used as access to the Dunford Airfield.
The construction of 9 new luxury apartments on Hove Seafront.
McHugh’s were appointed to install a suspended basement slab to a residential property.
McHugh were contracted to construct a reinforced concrete base and wall as part of upgrade of the Bosham Harbour Tidal Wall.
The diversion chamber had to constructed around two active 2m diameter storm water pipes. It involved the challenge of designing and constructing the structure whilst maintaining the support to the pipes at all times.
As part of the Portsmouth Flood Alleviation Scheme McHugh’s were awarded the contract to construct a new Outfall Channel. This involves capping beams to piles, base slabs and single sided walls.
Our work at Copnor Road involved the reinforced concrete bung at the base of the shaft, pipe supports, benching to the placing of cover slabs, lids and associated concrete works.
There were also a number of other concrete structures associated with these works
At Portsmouth Flood Alleviation Scheme McHugh’s were awarded the contract to construct RC walls and benching in the new pumping station shaft. As part of the work there was also various associated RC structures on this site.
Working together with 4Delivery Ltd we were awarded the contract to construct a Disc Filter as an improvement to the water treatment works at Goddards Green.
Extension of stairs with installation of platform at Birling Gap.
Construction of residential apartments in Lewes, East Sussex
Working together with 4Delivery Ltd we were awarded the contract to construct an extension to an existing Storm Water Tank, New Final Settlement Tank and Disc Filter as improvements to the water treatment works at Goddards Green.
Construction of precast cover slabs for shafts along a new sewer pipe. Attention to detail was vital as each ‘lid’ was made up of several interlocking segments that had to fit together when positioned over the shaft.
Improvements to the existing wastewater treatment works. Construction of several water retaining structures, bases and new roads.
Working together with Brighton and Hove 4Delivery Ltd, we were part of a large team of subcontractors delivering various packages over 18 months within this 300million project to construct the new Waste Water Treatment Works for Brighton & Hove.
McHugh constructed the foundations for iconic Brighton Wheel. We also supplied carpenters for the 1st and 2nd fix carpentry work.
This was a unique project which involved the construction of a 12 metre deep, single sided water retaining tank around an existing 2.1 diameter live sewer main.