The Engineering department has responsibilities which cut across many council services. Our responsibilities include
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Post: Engineering Services, Warwick District Council, Riverside House, Milverton Hill, Royal Leamington Spa, CV32 5HZ
In person: Come to the main reception desk in Riverside House during office hours and inform the receptionists.
Fax: 01926 456 049.
Phone: 01926 410 410.
Alternatively you can report problems online.
Rural footway lighting
Warwick District Council Engineering are continuing with its rolling program to replace the remaining mercury based filament (MBF) lamps in the rural footway lighting areas of the district within the limited budgetary constraints. MBF lamps are no longer obtainable and cannot be stock piled as this is illegal due to their mercury content. These lights will be replaced by modern efficient sodium units. In the interests of efficiency to reduce the cost of electricity consumption, it has been decided to replace mercury lamps outside the conservation areas first, due to the high cost of special lamps and columns being required in conservation areas.
St Nicholas Park Pay & Display car park resurfacing works
Major resurfacing works took place here to extend from the Banbury Road junction, right through to the leisure centre at the rear of the car park and to blend into the earlier resurfacing works at the rear of the cafe. Health and safety considerations include a new lined pedestrian walkway from the coach park to the leisure centre.
Non-slip surface application works
An ongoing health and safety regime to all wooden walkways in all play areas and adjoining parks owned by Warwick District Council. The wooden surfaces have been upgraded with either anti-slip paint or an alternative non-slip material system.
Information for contractors
Warwick District Council Engineering Services use Constructionline to obtain Tender Lists for all contracts over £50,000. Constructionline is the national database of pre-qualified contractors and consultants and is WDC Engineering Services' preferred method for selecting contractors and consultants to be invited to tender.
To do business with WDC Engineering Services, you will normally need to be a member. Most local authorities also use Constructionline to seek expressions of interest. No, being a member of Constructionline does not guarantee Council business. Information on how to become a member on Constructionline.