Suttle Projects have been involved in the construction of hydro-turbine installations for over a decade.
These schemes demand a robust approach to river channel dewatering so that high quality reinforced concrete can be produced within a favourable and safe working environment.
Often weir and leit channel arrangements create difficult areas of access for construction plant and we have acquired and maintain a non-mechanical plant holding, and marine equipment, that can overcome all obstacles.
Fish pass construction follows the same themes, sharing similarities in construction and typical location.
Expertise will translate to innovation, and we hold this as a trump card in our work on weirs, hydro-turbines, and fish pass structures.
Typical examples include an historical weir repair completed with a system of temporary syphons, and our development of one of the few submersible remote-control excavators to be available world-wide.