Project Description

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Johnny McCollum – Northern Ireland

028 7954 9045      jmccollum@fpmccann.co.uk

Trevor Beddow – Great Britain

01530 240000      tbeddow@fpmccann.co.uk

Michael Hassan – Republic Of Ireland

07809 553040     mhassan@fpmccann.co.uk

Alex Kirkham – Great Britain

01335 362941     akirkham@fpmccann.co.uk

Gary Donnelly – Scotland

07989 348045     gdonnelly@fpmccann.co.uk

FP McCann’s precast concrete headwalls provide an ideal end connection point to outfall pipes into open watercourses such as rivers, culverts, collection and balancing pools.

They are a very efficient alternative to intrusive shuttering of soil embankments and costly on-site formwork with ready mixed concrete, making them particularly suitable for use in hard-to-reach locations and environmentally sensitive areas.

Where time constraints exist such as in tidal flow situations, concrete headwalls can be quickly positioned, secured and backfilled, providing immediate stability around the point of water discharge.

The FP McCann headwall range can accommodate pipe sizes from DN150 to DN2100 and is suitable for use with box culverts. Additionally, accessories such as flap valves, penstocks, silt traps, handrails and safety grating can be built in as part of the specification.

A front weir wall can be fabricated onto any of the standard headwall range, on request, and installation is quick and easy.

Key Site Safety Benefits

Safety handrails can be used with our full range of headwalls. Health and safety risks are minimised because the construction work takes place off-site and installation is quick and easy.

Please note: Bespoke grates and handrails are available on request.

Product Benefits:

  • Headwalls are designed to EC2 and manufactured to BS EN 13369
  • Prefabricated off-site
  • Speedy and efficient to install
  • Durable, long-lasting and low maintenance
  • No on-site shuttering or formwork required
  • Provides immediate stability and prevents soil erosion
  • Valve and safety accessories available
  • Cost-effective solution
  • Significantly reduces the potential for floating debris to block the watercourse
  • Installation with 2 or 3 lifting anchors
  • Flap valves and grates available
  • Reduces carbon footprint as no need to bring lorries to the site to pour in-situ
  • The extended toe unit is available for all sizes making the entire headwall range compliant with Sewers for Adoption (SFA) and Sewers for Scotland