HL Civils started out in 2007 taking on small scale civil engineering works and soon grew into a successful business taking on large scale projects across East Anglia.
We pride ourselves on delivering successful projects and provide our clients with a service that exceeds their expectations.
We have got a strong order book for 2016/2017 and most of our work is for existing clients.
We are always looking to improve our service and grow our business by taking on larger and challenging projects.
HL Civils awarded fuel installation repairs work at RAF Lakenheath
October 2016: HL Civils has recently been awarded a project at RAF Lakenheath to completely refurbish the parking area of the R11 & R12 fuel trucks at the military base.
The contract consists of breaking out the old parking area (measuring 8,750 square metres) and remove existing services.
We will then provide new drainage, electrical layout and large open-air reinforced concrete containment basin.
The new concrete parking area will be 10,025 square metres surrounded with a new high security fence line and 9,800 square metres of soft landscaping.
The contract is due to start in November 2016 and last for eight months.
Airbase will see fuel mains improvements to three hangars
September 2016: The task of excavating and replacing 650 metres of corroded fuel mains has been handed to HL Civils after they were successfully awarded the contract at RAF Mildenhall.
The project will include utilising double skin pipework with leak detection system. Trench work is also involved via 11 no road crossings through asphalt and concrete surfaces.
The project started in September and is due to finish in October.
Fuel Installation repairs to be carried out at RAF Fairford
August 2016: HL Civils has been awarded a project to excavate and inspect live fuel mains at RAF Fairford.
As part of the repairs and improvements to the fuel network on base, the leak detect system will be upgraded.
The project involves excavations for the installation of various vacuum monitors and liquid sensors to fuel the mains with power and control cables leading back to the control rooms.
The contract is due to finish in December 2016.