How to find us
First Point Business Park, Unit B3, Water Vole Way, Balby,Doncaster, DN4 5JPUnited Kingdom01302 244005 firstname.lastname@example.org
Situated less than three miles from the centre of Doncaster and a similar distance from the town’s famous racecourse, our depot is surrounded by excellent road and rail links. The branch can be easily accessed by customers who wish to collect equipment directly from site.
Based on a 6,000m2 site, the depot itself spans more than 16,500 square feet and provides us with extensive workshop, storage and yard space. This is coupled with the addition of a modern paint shop area, extensive pump testing facilities, a large training room, fully air conditioned offices and welfare facilities for staff.
The full range of our services will be offered from this outlet including air conditioning hire, pump hire, chiller hire, heater hire, boiler hire, dehumidification hire and ventilation hire. All Andrews Sykes technicians take pride in supplying customers with effective temperature control and pumping solutions and are widely experienced in overseeing this provision. From this new location we cover Doncaster and all surrounding areas, including: Rotherham, Huddersfield, Leeds, Sheffield, Hull, Grimsby, Scunthorpe, Worksop, Barnsley, Chesterfield, Wakefield and Lincoln.
For more information on how we can help you or to learn about our services in greater details, call us today on 01302 244005. We have overseen countless regional projects across virtually every industry, which is why we have been able to build a reputation as the UK’s most dependable specialist hire company.
If you’re travelling from Leeds or locations north of Doncaster, the quickest way to reach our depot is via the M62 motorway. Get on the M621 from New York Road, Marsh Lane and the A61. Keep right to stay on the A61 for 0.8 miles and then use any lane to take the slip road onto the M621. After 0.2 miles, take the M621 to the A1 and use exit 33 from the M621. Continue onto the A1, then take exit 3 from the M18. Continue on to White Rose Way/A6182, before turning left onto Balby Carr Bank. At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit. You’ll see our depot on the right-hand side.
From Scunthorpe and other easterly towns, take the Doncaster Road for 2 miles heading towards the M181. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto the M181 heading to Humber Bridge/Doncaster. Use the right two lanes to merge onto the M180 towards Doncaster, staying on for 12 miles. Exit onto the M18 towards the M1, and at junction 3 take the A6182 exit towards Doncaster. From here, continue on to White Rose Way and the A6182, exiting the roundabout at the third exit.
Use the M18 and Sheffield Parkway route if travelling from Sheffield, Rotherham or south-westerly regions. Get on the M1 in Treeton from the A61 and Sheffield Parkway. After 7 miles, take the M18 to White Rose Way/A6182 in Doncaster. Take the third exit from the M18 and continue on to Balby Carr Bank. Take the third exit at the roundabout – the destination will be on your right.
- Groundwater removal at Harrogate quarry - A national construction company working on an old quarry in Harrogate hired five XFP301M pumps and two hydraulic submersibles to remove water from the site.
- Theatre Royal in York - When a historical auditorium in the North West underwent interior renovation, a number of FV300 and FV600 fans were provided to help remove dust and fumes.
- Sheffield Government Office - We supplied two PAC22 air conditioning units to prevent the Sheffield Government Office suffering server failure during a particularly hot period.
- Office heating in Broughton - We supplied a foster care agency in Sheffield with a number of quartz heaters after their boiler failed. Agricultural company in Elvington - Following a period of heavy rainfall, a series of farms in York required emergency pumping to ensure fertilisers and crop nutrition programmes were not affected by the weather.
- Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council - The council sought an urgent cooling solution during a heat wave after their own system broke down. We provided several portable units which remained on hire until the temperature fell - keeping their offices up and running. Food company in Bierley - A specialist food production required submersible pump hire for use with acidic fizzy beverage waste on a rather unusual project.
- Hospital in Leeds - A number of PAC22 air conditioning units were delivered to a special teaching hospital in the city, in order to keep the pharmacy and medicinal products at the required temperature. Power station in Eggborough - When an energy plant in Goole experienced flooding, we supplied pumps to limit the damage and keep the station operating.
- Construction firm in Harrogate - A national building company required pumps on one of its sites for a long-term assignment, after there had been a large build-up of water.
- Equipment hire company in Bridlington - The client required super silenced pumps for water treatment works at their site on North Sea coast. Factory in Ravensthorpe - We provided a number of gas and electric heaters to a factory in Dewesbury, keeping staff warm during the colder season. These units were deployed because direct fired heaters could have potentially caused a fire if stationed in that environment.
- Server rooms in Sheffield - When server rooms at police headquarters in Sheffield faced overheating, we delivered and installed a number of portable air conditioning units to keep the area cool.
- Industrial site in Scunthorpe - While a major Steel Works in Scunthorpe conducted an overhaul of their own pumping system, a temporary solution was supplied in the form of four submersible units.
- Storage outlet in Gainsborough - A large grain storage company in Gainsborough required urgent temperature control equipment in the form of two PAC22 air conditioning units, thus ensuring guests at a prestigious event remained comfortable throughout.
- Factory in Immingham - Planned maintenance on a refinery in Immingham was dependent on the hire of numerous DE190 heaters, which helped vital site processes continue.
- Keadby Wind farm - A large scale assignment involving the installation of 23 wind turbines on the farm meant that urgent pumping was required to accelerate the project. Sykes Pumps provided almost 30 different pumps over a nine month period while construction was in process.
- North Somercotes, near Grimsby - When the Environment Agency needed help on a pumping operation, we supplied several diesel pumps during a three month procedure while their own electric pumps were being installed on site.
- Joinery in Howden - When the workforce of a local joinery faced enduring cold temperatures after boiler failure, we provide 36 indirect fired heaters to restore a comfortable environment for staff.
- Construction at Immingham Docks - We were contacted to provide assistance to ground works while a gas pipeline was being extended, with equipment on hire for a total of eight months.
- Power station in Killingholme - Sykes Pumps delivered and stationed three submersible pumps on site to provide make-up water to the power station’s turbines.
- Newton on Trent - We supplied a number of diesel pumps to help control ground water below the earth’s surface.
- Flood in New Holland - After a water and environmental service based on the Humber estuary encountered an electrical pump breakdown, we supplied replacement equipment to reduce the effects of tidal flooding.
- Saltfleet - The repairing of sluice gates meant emergency electric pumps speed panels and hydraulic pumps were required in order to prevent tidal water submerging surrounding areas.