22,000 metres of previously used casing pipe were delivered onsite to Northern Piling Limited which
then installed approximately 1,750 piles throughout the duration of the six-month project. The pile lengths varied in size, between 12m to 19m for a combination of 244mm and 273mm casings.
Today, at our facilities in Scotland and the United States, John Lawrie Tubulars holds a stock of around 100,000 tonnes of steel tubulars that is suitable for use in piling and micro-piling projects in the construction and civil engineering sectors globally.
To date, we have supplied over 2 million tonnes of steel tubulars for use as piling pipe, which has minimised waste, saved an equal volume of CO2 emissions and helped establish a more robust economy. Reusing steel casing pipe as steel piling pipe demonstrates the innovative thinking required to fully realise the potential of the circular economy.
We are the largest metal recycler and exporter of processed metal in North and North-East Scotland and an experienced member of the decommissioning supply chain. With current strategically located licensed facilities in Aberdeen, Shetland, Evanton and Montrose, and the addition of our new quayside facility in Dundee opening in 2020 bringing our combined annual licensed tonnage to 360,000 tonnes, we are your decommissioning partner of choice.