Flood protection at the Facilities Show

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In the summer months, when the weathers drier, it’s easy to forget the UK’s wet winters that can cause millions of pounds worth of damage to UK businesses. Flooding is a key concern for many Facilities Managers, one that we’ll be addressing at the Facilities Show next week.

Taking place at London’s ExCel from the 16th to the 18th of June, Adler and Allan will be showcasing its flood mitigation capabilities, with an on-stand model showing the benefits of flood defences. Adler and Allan already works with leading Facilities Managers providers, helping to protect some of UK’s key infrastructure assets.

Adler and Allan’s flood protection capabilities

Flood risk assessments: A flood risk assessment (FRA) will determine the potential risks of flooding to a site, with recommendations being given on how best to tackle the threat.

Flood defences: Following a flood risk assessment, we can advise appropriate flood defence measures. Flood defences available through Adler and Allan, include JBAR, a modular flood defence system that prevents spills as well as mitigating against flood water.

Flood response and clean-up: If flooding does occur, Adler and Allan’s emergency response teams are on-hand 24/7 to clean-up flood water, preventing asset and environmental damage. Our expert teams can sanitise equipment, while limiting pollution to ground and watercourses.

Visit Adler and Allan on stand N1350 to find out how our flood protection capabilities support Facilities Management providers.

To register for the Facilities Show, click here.



Testimonials


...brilliant, they have worked really hard to get out plant back running and nothing has been too much trouble...they are a credit to your company. I wish we had a shift full of them, we would have them back on our sites anytime.
EDF Energy
Thank you for your patience and the work you and your team carried out…it was first class and professional.
EDF Energy
Just a quick email to thank yourself and all the lads that contributed to the spill…a job well done.
Costain