Case studies

Read about our diverse range of projects and understand more about how we work.

Barway Farms Wetland Reversion Project

Barway Farms are positioned in the heart of the Fens near to the picturesque city of Ely. The Fens are a very heavily farmed part of the UK and Barway Farms were keen to put something back into their environment to help and support the local wildlife that lives in the historically wetland area. William

Dirty Water Storage Reservoir

Handling the dirty water from a 300 cow dairy herd presented an opportunity to build a five-million gallon dirty water storage reservoir in Norfolk. The project was attached to some excellent green credentials – the dirty water would be harvested and stored in the reservoir before being irrigated back on to the land months later

Solar Farm Development

Our expertise in providing trenching equipment for specialist cable laying activities is proving popular with many developers in the renewable sector. Along the south coast it was no different. William Morfoot Ltd was appointed to carry out a land drainage surveying project on a 130 acre site which was gearing up for solar panel installation.

Coldham Windfarm

In Cambridgeshire there are seven turbines generating in excess of 70 GW hours of electricity per year – enough to power 16,500 houses. The turbines are offsetting 26,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year. We were employed to install underground cabling and ductwork to link up the seven turbines and for the subsequent connection into

Culvert Construction for the MOD

Our drainage projects come in all shapes and sizes and our project for the MOD was no exception. Our teams constructed a 3m x 2m steel pipe culvert in a main watercourse next to the River Witham in Newark, Nottinghamshire. The river runs through the Beckingham Rifle Range, which is owned by the Ministry of

Manege Construction

William Morfoot Ltd was approached by the Willis family to look at constructing a new 40 x 20 arena on their paddocks situated behind their farm buildings. The family was looking for a surface to exercise and train their horses and ponies on throughout the year and it was important that the arena surface was suitable