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.
Mackley has been commissioned to carry out major refurbishment works on the UK’s longest wooden pier.
Mackley has launched an extensive recruitment drive, with applications sought for a wide range of positions as part of ongoing plans to expand the company.