Mackley has completed a project to fill a 28-metre gap in the flood defences in the West Sussex town of Littlehampton – in turn reducing the flood risk for 2,000 homes.
A series of free guided walks around the Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls flood defence scheme, organised by Mackley, will take place over the summer months.
An annual six-a-side football tournament, held in memory of a former Mackley employee, has this year raised more than £4k for the St Barnabas Hospice.
Mackley is currently working in the Hampshire city of Winchester, where it is carrying out CCTV surveys on a network of culverts across the city, to reduce the risk of flooding.
Mackley has been approved by the SafeContractor scheme, a requirement for organisations wanting to be registered contractors at Gatwick Airport.
The construction of a new elevated walkway, the central element of a project to join up two sections of the Thames Path in Greenwich, is nearing completion.
Mackley has completed a community project at a primary school in Kent to help pupils develop and learn outside of the classroom environment.
Mackley was on hand to assist the Environment Agency with clearing a 600mm dia storm drain over the Easter weekend, protecting homes and businesses in the Calmore area of Southampton from flooding.
A number of timber groynes removed from Shoreham beach as part of a previous Mackley project are being put to good use by a scout group in West Sussex.
Mackley has unveiled the latest addition to its plant and vehicle fleet, as part of a programme of continual investment to ensure the company and its employees are best equipped to operate efficiently and safely at all times.