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.
Shoreham beach will play host this coming weekend to the ‘World’s Biggest Beach Clean’, which is supported by Mackley and a number of other organisations.
Mackley, working as sub-contractor to Balfour Beatty*, has recently completed the Coldharbour Flood Wall Remediation and Foreshore Protection Works on the River Thames on the Isle of Dogs.
Work is underway on phase one of a major beach recycling project which, when complete, will provide improved protection against flooding to approximately 5,500 homes located in and around the town of Sheerness.
Emma Howard-Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency, was given a tour of the Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls site as part of a recent visit to the scheme.
With 50% of the work on the Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls scheme now complete, construction is expected to finish by the end of 2018.
2018 looks set to be another busy year for Mackley’s marketing and business development teams, with participation in a number of important industry events already confirmed.