Wooden Telegraph Pole Installation
In recent years, HSL Utilities Ltd has been supplying and installing telegraph poles for use in nature reserves and other Ecological projects. Favoured by all major Conservationist trusts and organisations, our used / reclaimed wooden telegraph poles meet all functional requirements whilst remaining complementary to the environments in which they are installed.
Our professional telegraph pole installers work closely with Project Managers to ensure a smooth and professional installation process from the outset. Accredited with NRSWA (Street works), CPCS and IPAF certifications, our installation teams have the experience and capacity required to undertake projects of all types and sizes.
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Previous Wooden Telegraph Pole Installation Contracts: -
- Failsworth Mill, Manchester -Wooden telegraph poles for the installation of bat boxes.
- Aberdeenshire - Stout poles for bat boxes across three sites of farmland.
- Top hill Nature Reserve in Yorkshire - Tanalised telegraph poles for the installation of bat boxes.
- York University - Telegraph poles supplied and installed at for a scientific research project on Fauna.
- Beamish Museum, County Durham - Wooden telegraph poles supplied and installed at the for an authentic reproduction project.
- ITV Network - Telegraph poles re-sited on the Coronation Street film set in Manchester during recent site relocation works.
- BBC Monitoring Station in Berkshire - De-commissioning of wooden and galvanised poles.
Wooden Telegraph Poles Available In 3 Types: -
- Stout for heavy-duty applications
- Medium for more robust cables
- Light for small cables & wires etc
Auger Drilling Depths Provided For Telegraph Pole Installations: -
- Telegraph pole height up to 7 metres / auger drill depth 1.25 metres
- Telegraph pole height up to 18 metres / auger drill depth 1.5 to 2.5 metres
- Telegraph pole height up to 24 metres / auger drill depth 3.0 metres