CHAP Group Update
During the COVID-19 pandemic, CHAP Group has been strictly adhering to Scottish Government advice regarding construction. The majority of our sites have been closed since the end of March, with the exception of some essential works at NHS . . .
Update from Hugh Craigie, Managing Director
Following the announcement from the Prime Minister last night, we are closing the majority of our sites with . . .
Works Progressing at Hospitalfield Arts in Arbroath
Works are progressing at CHAP’s project at Hospitalfield Arts in Arbroath.
Pictured above is the existing wall behind which the new kitchenette and toilets will be formed. The wall has been propped and secured using CHAP Quarries . . .
An essential component of the prestigious Aberdeen Bay Windfarm project
This project consisted of c.8km of duct installation. Laid in farmland, verges and carriageway this 8km stretch of duct crossed several deep ditches, an 800m stretch of wetland and multiple water courses.
The 8km stretch of duct work helped connect the new substation at Blackdog to the existing substation at Dyce.
The ducts were laid in high-specification cement bound sand (CBS), sourced from CHAP’s own Quarries division.
In addition to the ducts for the electricity cables, a parallel telecommunications duct, complete with chambers was also installed.
CHAP was also responsible for the construction and removal of all temporary access/haul roads.