Mackley has completed implementation of a new company-wide information and process management system, which meets the requirements of the Environment Agency and other Government departments and public bodies.
Work on the Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls scheme is well underway, with piling works at two of the project’s 10 reaches now finished.
Mackley has donated a second consignment of hi-vis jackets to a West Sussex junior school in a bid to help pupils stay safe during the winter months.
The Mackley piling team working as part of Van Oord on a project in the Middle-East has received a safety award.
Members of the Medway River Users Association (MRUA) complimented the Mackley project team on a visit to a lock refurbishment scheme on a stretch of the river near Maidstone in Kent.
It is with much regret and sadness that we have to inform you that our colleague and close friend Tony Mackley passed away on the morning of Sunday 5 February.
The Environment Agency has used the recent ‘World Wetlands Day’* to look back at the time when Starry Smoothhound Sharks visited RSPB Medmerry.
Mackley has successfully completed beach management works at Hill Head on the Hampshire coast – phase one of a coastal protection project being carried out on behalf of Fareham Borough Council – with minimal disruption to the local community.
Mackley is making good progress with works on a lock refurbishment scheme near Maidstone in Kent.
Mackley is supporting the work carried out by the Isle of Wight Construction Training Group (IWCTG), an employer-led group set up to support member companies operating in construction and civil engineering.