JD Excavations are a Northern Ireland based civil engineering contracting company. Although we operate from our base in Cookstown, Northern Ireland, JD Excavations work on projects across Ireland and the United Kingdom.
JD Excavations is a young, dynamic and enthusiastic company always prepared to undertake and face new challenges. We carry a highly skilled and dedicated workforce with a fine blend of youth and experience. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and ability to meet the needs of our clients.
We believe in a very “hands on” and personal approach to each and every project and our aim is to create a lasting customer relationship with all our clients.
Construction of a new level 3 centre for neonatal care (only 3 no. in the UK) comprising a total floor area of 7200m2. Works had to be phased around the many existing live services in order to ensure that the daily running of the hospitals many departments were uninterrupted.
The Abberton Pipeline Scheme was the largest water infrastructure project in the UK in 2011/2012. The scheme was delivered by Northumbrian Water Ltd and incorporates the transfer of water from East Cambridgeshire to Essex through a network of 32km of 1.2m diameter pipe work.
Construction of a new 14,920m2 school developed on the existing schools playing fields. The project also included new sports facilities including a synthetic running track, hockey pitch, multi purpose pitch and tarmac tennis courts.
We are currently working on the following projects: - Oldham & Royton Integrated Strategy for Farrans Utilities - Marjory Kinnon SEN School, Hounslow, London for Farrans Construction - Gresham Road SEN School, Hounslow, London for Farrans Construction - Rushcliffe Leisure Centre Complex, Nottingham for Farrans Construction
We are delighted to announce that we have commenced works on the new Bioresource Facility at Northwich for REnscience.
New Bomag BW213D bound for Farrans Project at Seaforth Docks, Liverpool. Equipped with the latest Bomag EVIB measuring technology making it possible to control the compaction process. Two measuring sensors on the drum allows density to be calculated every 10cm (MN/m2).