Woodenbale 2000 Latest Projects

Woodenbale 2000 - Latest Projects
  • Quality PODs and Quality Sheds

    Quality PODs and Quality Sheds

    Our sister companies, 'Quality PODs' and 'Quality Sheds' have also been very busy this year with many orders for our products. We have had a large interest in our bespoke PODs this year with a large increase in orders. Our Cedar Lodges and timber workshops have also been growing in popularity with some really nice examples shown in the pics below.

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  • The Globe Hotel

    The Globe Hotel

    A large renovation project has commenced at The Globe Hotel in Angle, Pembrokeshire to return this listed building to its former glory. Extensive internal and external works are being undertaken in order to bring this historic building back to life and up to date. With a tower to the rear being rebuilt in order to facilitate the installation of a lift, remedial works to solve the rot in the roof construction, a complete internal refit and remodel, repairs to existing sash windows and repainting of the entire building as just some of the intended works.

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  • Hundleton Development

    Hundleton Development

    New development of 32 houses. Final stages of planning almost complete, with infrastructure due to commence soon.

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  • Bespoke Quality POD

    Bespoke Quality POD

    Works have commenced on the installation of one of our sister companies Quality POD's. We will keep you updated as to the progress with pictures of the works as they progress.

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  • Field Ditching

    Field Ditching

    Woodenbale have been carrying out ditching works to local farms within Pembrokeshire.

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  • Extensions to Private Properties

    Extensions to Private Properties

    Woodenbale is continuing with its private builds and extensions with a number of works currently under construction. We carry out all aspects of the construction from demolition (if required), ground clearance and foundation installation to roofing, electrical and plumbing, leaving a completed job with no requirement for any other trades to be juggled by the client.

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  • Repair & Restoration Works to Pembroke's URC Tabernacle Church

    Repair & Restoration Works to Pembroke

    Woodenbale 2000 have secured the contract for the CADW funded repair and restoration works to Pembroke's URC Tabernacle Church on Main Street Pembroke.

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  • Highgate Inn Refurbishment

    Highgate Inn Refurbishment

    **We are pleased to announce that the Highgate Inn will reopen on Friday the 10th of July**

    **All are welcome to come along and celebrate the occasion with the bar opening from 6pm**

    Woodenbale 2000 is currently carrying out refurbishment works to the Highgate Inn in Hundleton, Pembroke. After some major internal alterations including demolition of internal walls, improved cellar access, removal of existing bar and strip out of toilets, installation of external access to beer garden and removal of stonework to both chimney breasts the pub has been transformed. Woodenbale's design team have created seating and screaning elements including fabricating a bespoke bar, all made in house. Works continue to improve the property and bring it up to date, breathing new life into the very popular establishment. External alterations are soon to be undertaken, transforming the exterior look of the pub.

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  • Wiston Solar Farm HV Cable Trench

    Wiston Solar Farm HV Cable Trench

    Following on from the successful completion of the Chapel Hill Solar Farm Woodenbale 2000 secured the contract for works to install the required cable trench on the Wiston Solar Farm project. This works involved the installation of 7500m of ducted cable trench from the solar farm site in Wiston to the sub-station west of Haverfordwest Golf Course on the A40. The route ran down the verge of the A40 where traffic control measures were taken before the route veers of the main road following the minor back roads to the site at Wiston. Many obstacles we overcome including existing services, a bridge and numerous road and driveway crossings. Woodenbale will also be installing the cable pull pits for the data cables following completion of the main trench.

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  • Chapel Hill Solar Farm HV Cable Trench

    Chapel Hill Solar Farm HV Cable Trench

    Excavation of 4km of HV cable trench for the installation of cables to connect the new solar farm at Chapel Hill, Pembrokeshire to the grid. Installation of HV cable, trench fill and cable warning tiles.

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  • Gas Powered Electricity Generation Plant

    Gas Powered Electricity Generation Plant

    Woodenbales civil section have now commenced work on the civicls package of a new gas powered electricity generation plant in Aberaman Industrial Park, Aberdare. After initially setting up the site, removing vegetation and clearing the site, the site strip is underway and the first layers of stone are being placed. The supervision of piling activities and installing the buried drainage services will follow before the shuttering and concrete pour of the 48m x 20m main slab comprising of reinforcement steel mesh and lose tied steel elements and 10 other ancillary bases can be carried out. Woodenbale will use in excess of 450m3 of concrete to complete the works with the main slab taking approx. 388m3 which will be a single pour. Service trenchs including water, BT, electrical & gas main feed for the plant will also be installed during the works.

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  • Modern Print Renovation

    Modern Print Renovation

    Following a successful tender bid Woodenbale were awarded the renovation works to the Modern Print offices in Pembroke Dock. With extensive works required including the complete renewel of the roof struture. Asbestos sheeting to the roof required removal and containment prior to further works taking place. The roof structure was stripped with new wall plate detail added prior to the new roof structure being installed, with new felt, batten and slates being installed.

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  • Solar Farm

    Solar Farm

    Woodenbale was recenetly involved in the construction of a Solar Farm in Carmarthenshire, supplying plant and labour hire to the project including;

    360 excavators, tractor & trailers, dumpers, telehandlers, plant operators, builders and carpenters.

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  • New Build

    New Build

    Woodenbale has been constructing a new build at a plot on Connaught Way in Pembroke Dock over looking the estuary. The build has been a traditional block and brick construction dorma bungalow with a large glazed frontage making the most of the picturesque views of the waterway. The initial foundation works were quit extensive on the north side of the plot due to the ground conditions with sections being upto 4m deep before hitting suitable material to build off. A block and beam floor slab construction was favoured over a mass pour slab which meant the construction of the block and brickwork were underway alot quicker than the average build.

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  • Gas Powered Electricity Generation Plant

    Gas Powered Electricity Generation Plant

    Woodenbales civil section have now completed the major scope of their works at the site in Dafen, Llanelli, on the civicls package of a new gas powered electricity generation plant. After initially setting up the site, excavating 1.5m deep of material including the crushing and replacement, supervision of piling activities and installing the buried drainage services Woodenbale went on to pour the 30m x 20m main slab comprising of reinforcement steel mesh and lose tied steel elements with 20no: cast-in holding down bolts sets for the steel super sructure and 5no: chimney stacks.

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  • Wavecrest Beach Front Cafe

    <b>Wavecrest Cafe</b>

    After successful tender Woodenbale were awarded the works to demolish the existing Wavecrest Cafe at Angle beach and construct a new cafe. The original building stood on wooden rafters but the new building was to sit on concrete foundations and be of blockwork construction clad with timber. The excavation revealed some very soft ground with some extra engineering needed to ensure the building stood on good ground. Some old 'Angle' bircks were uncovered during the excavation which was partly on the site of the old brick factory.

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  • Design and Build Car Park

    Engineering Building Car Park

    Following a few concept designs a final layout was chosen that made the most of the available area. A one way through route was employed to help avoid traffic clashes as the car park was to be used primarily by contractors, e.g. larger vans, telehandlers, items of plant. The area was very level and being hindered by the existing levels of the road and pavements that surrounded the area it was a task to ensure the falls of the car park worked. The entire area runs off to existing drainage within the adjacent road with no installed drainage within the car park. A good testement to basic engineering and well thought through setting out.

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  • Heavy Stores Design and Build

    <b>Heavy Stores</b>

    Following a successful bid Woodenbale were tasked with the design and build of a portal frame building to be used as a heavy stores on the Pembroke Power Station. Taking more of a project management role with the build as CDM coordinator, sub-contractors were used to supply structural elements and relevant services while Woodenbale carried out the ground works and service trenches, road and paving installation/alteration, installation of storage slab and construction of internal office, along with the management of the project and control of the CDM area.

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  • Spreading of Clean Stone

    <b>Landscape Stoning</b>

    After many areas on site being left in an unfinished state as far as landscaping was concerned, Woodenbale were requested to price for the supply and application of clean stone. A large area of the Power Station which was originally used as laydown yards during the construction required grading and dressing with clean stone to bring up to the standard of the surrounding areas.

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  • Town Enhancement Works

    <b>Enhancement</b>Works

    Woodenbale have been envolved with the Pembroke/Pembroke Dock Town Enhancement Scheme. With repair and restoration works carried out and completed on several properties including 'Redwing Estate Agents', 'Pembroke Kebab House' and the 'Castle Inn' within Pembroke Main Street with ongoing works to properties in Water Street of Pembroke Dock.

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  • CWPH Formation of Pump Chamber

    CWPH Drilling Works

    Woodenbale 2000 was awarded the works after successful tender to open an existing chamber at the CWPH (cooling water pump house) on the Pembroke Power Station for RWE. The existing chamber is situated adjacent to 10no: existing pumps currently pumping sea water around the system to cool the turbines at the power station. This chamber will be used to house the spare pump which stands approx. 5m high from the ground and drops below into the chamber approx. 10m.

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  • Basement Remedial Civil Repair Works

    Basement Remedial Civil Repair Works

    After a successful tender Woodenbale 2000 ltd carried out remedial repairs to the basement area of the old power station. The area had not been utilised within the new power station, but due to it being open to the elements the lower section fills with rain water and requires pumping to empty. A new pump to carry out this dewatering had previously been installed by RWE and the works was to make the area safe for RWE operatives working within the basement area.

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  • Installation of SPEL Bypass Separator

    Installation of SPEL Bypass Separator

    Woodenbale 2000 were successful in securing the contract for the installation of a 20m SPEL Bypass Separator into the existing secondary outfall system to the RWE Power Station site at Pembroke.

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  • Design & Build New Access Road and Re-Cladding 2no: Storage Sheds

    New Access Road & Re-Cladding

    Woodenbale were employed by RWE to design and build a new road to access 2no: existing storage sheds on the Pembroke Power Station. Having won the contract to re-clad the 2no: existing storage uints we were now tasked with constructing a road to access them.

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  • Pembroke CCGT Power Station

    Pembroke CCGT Power Station

    We have been heavily involved in the finalisation of the site after being present on the project from its outset. Originally involved in the demolition of the old power station, we then stayed on and installed all of the temporary infrastructure and amenities for the site including a 300m long covered walkway.

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