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New Elevetor Tank manages stormwater in Craig House, Edinburgh

Geoplast's New Elevetor Tank manages stormwater in Craig House, Edinburgh

New Elevetor Tank , the permanent formwork for in-situ concrete tanks, was recently used at Craig House, a well-known historical site in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Craighouse Housing Development, Morningside, required the construction of a concrete stormwater attenuation tank.

New Elevetor Tank installation in Craig House, Edinburgh

New Elevetor Tank installation. Photo courtesy of Stormwater Management, UK

The innovative New Elevetor Tank was the perfect solution for the job:

  • A concrete tank has a 50-year lifetime;
  • It is inspectable and visitable;
  • The permanent formwork was installed by hand without using heavy-lifting equipment;
  • No columns and beams were necessary thus avoiding relatively complex formwork construction and dismantling;
  • The overall amount of concrete and steel was reduced compared to a traditional concrete structure.

The project was carried out by our English distributor Stormawater Management Limited, that is specialised in the design, supply and installation of surface water management & sustainable drainage systems since 2005.