Seddon helps get Helly Hansen Watersport Centre ready for Winter!


The North West’s premier watersports centre is getting ready for Winter and carrying out essential boiler works.

Seddon will be delivering a boiler replacement system, replacing the current system, with a new high efficiency boiler system at the centre in Salford, a unique sporting venue that is home to a number of water-based activities, from dinghy sailing and windsurfing to power boating and wake boarding.

Located on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal, in Ontario Basin, and owned by Salford City Council, the modern purpose built building brings the best possible watersports coaching to the heart of Salford.

Rob Moss, Engineering Services Director at Seddon said: “The investment in the regeneration of Salford over the years has been fantastic and, as a business that started in Salford, we love getting involved in projects to local buildings, that not only benefit the community, but the region too.

“We’ve got a great working relationship with Salford City Council and are excited about working with them on the Helly Hansen project.”

The works are due to start in September 2018 and are expected to last till the end of the month.



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