Team Van Oord has received a second consecutive Environment Agency Exemplar Award for a scheme carried out as part of the Asset Recovery Programme South East.
Photo: @trussliz The Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss has praised the swift action taken to plug huge holes in the promenade and sea wall at Southsea, following storm damage in late December 2015.
A scheme carried out by Mackley working as part of Team Van Oord* has been shortlisted in three of the seven categories in the 2016 Environment Agency Project Excellence Awards.
A new video has been produced to give a ‘behind the scenes’ look at a coastal defence scheme in Portsmouth.
Click here to see a ‘That’s Solent’ news report about this project The Mackley team that carried out emergency repairs to the sea defence wall in Southsea over the Christmas holiday period has been praised by the Leader of Portsmouth City Council.
Mackley’s efforts to assist the Environment Agency with urgent temporary repairs to mitigate against the risk of flooding in two locations in south east England featured in a BBC South Today news report on 11 January.
Mackley is supporting a campaign by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) to transform the civil engineering industry.
It is with much regret and sadness that we have to inform you that John Mackley, the company’s former Managing Director and Chairman, passed away on the afternoon of Thursday 19 November 2015, aged 68 years.
A delegation from the Environment Agency (EA) and Portsmouth City Council has given the seal of approval to a scheme that will provide protection against flooding for residents of North Portsea Island.
Students from the University of Brighton have benefitted from ‘real life experience’ though a visit to a civil engineering site in West Sussex.