Cambridgeshire Constabulary has selected Lanes Group to maintain the drainage systems at all its police stations.
The force has awarded Lanes a contract to carry out planned and reactive maintenance for the next three years covering all drain and sewer blockage and repair work at 18 station buildings across the county.
Lanes Group Development Director, Richard Leigh said: “We are very pleased have been selected by Cambridge Constabulary to do this very important work.
“The force is a 24/7 operation, and it’s vital that its police stations are maintained to a very high standard. That applies to drainage infrastructure, just as much as every other part of the building.
“Our no-dig technology, both for drain diagnostics and repair, should prove a big asset, as the security requirements at police stations demand the least possible disruption to every-day operations.
“We stand ready to deliver an excellent service, at any time of the day or night, to respond to any drain blockage, repair or rehabilitation task necessary.”
The drainage maintenance contract will be managed by Lanes’ St Neots depot. Services which will be delivered and co-ordinated as needed, include CCTV drainage surveying, septic tank emptying, emergency drain unblocking, surface water channel and gully cleaning, and gutter cleaning.
The Cambridgeshire Constabulary contract is one of a growing number of regional drainage maintenance contracts won by Lanes in recent months.