We at WCC Group have extensive experience and knowledge in the draining and drainage sectors, having traded in this area for over 30 years. We have experience in a plethora of different types of drainage works including:

  • Hillside drainage.
  • Road surface drainage and culvert works.
  • Residential drainage – installing driveway & garden land drain systems.

We have extensive experience of providing drainage systems to the public sector as well as in the private sector, with our friendly and professional team finding no job too big or too demanding.

Our drainage works are project managed by our experienced and approachable Projects Team, who will ensure that your drainage project comes in on time and o budget and that you are satisfied with the quality and finish of the works.

Get in touch with our team today to discuss your drainage needs and we will be happy to work with you to find a solution.

Our Work

Our experience in hillside drainage works varies in clients from the Forestry Commission carrying out drainage works throughout forests in the West of Scotland to Amey Defence Services carrying out hillside drainage repairs for Ministry of Defense sites such as Glen Douglas which can be seen here.

WCC Group have worked closely with Hilton Park Golf Course lowering the main water courses, exposing the original clay drainage system allowing the drains to run freely. This allowed the fairways to dry out naturally without having to disturb the ground.

WCC Group have also carried out drainage works for The Scottish National Heritage Trust at Hill House where the drains could not cope with heavy rainfall and would frequently overflow and flood the adjacent properties. These works included camera surveying of the drainage systems which identified where the drains had collapsed. Once the surveying was carried out WCC Group then installed 2 new access chambers and approx. 60LM of 300mm twinwall pipe through the main lawn area to bypass the collapsed drainage course. We then installed a herringbone system through the lawn, connecting into the newly installed drainage system, improving the drainage throughout. This project lasted 3-4 weeks.