The St. Michael and All Angels Church is an Anglican-Catholic building which was first built in 1871. Today, it’s a Grade II listed building and has been preserved extremely well over the years.
To make sure that their drainage systems were still healthy and free-flowing, Drain 247 was appointed to carry out a full condition report on the drainage systems.
This project was completed on time and our engineers were tasked with checking their drainage systems to see if they were in poor condition and whether they needed us to rectify any drainage problems.
We presented all our findings in a comprehensive drainage report with photographic evidence which was sent straight from site.
After completing the initial inspection, our engineers then mapped out their entire drainage network to show all of the outlets and identify whether they went to a soakaway or a different drainage system.
Once the drain mapping was complete, we produced an in-depth drainage plan that contained all the information about the invert levels, depths, locations, and the directions of the drains.
With this data, our engineers updated their old existing drainage plans into a new and up-to-date AutoCAD plan