2017 is proving to be an unprecedented year of success and recognition for the British Airways i360, with the scheme now having received no fewer that seven industry awards since the start of the year.
The iconic British Airways i360 is in the frame to pick up a potential seventh award of the year at the 2017 Structural Awards ceremony later this month.
Students from the University of Brighton have paid another visit to the Clay’s Lake Flood Prevention Scheme in West Sussex, where works have progressed during 2017 ahead of the winter shutdown.
Mackley was on hand to assist the Environment Agency with the construction of temporary flood barriers on the Isle of Wight on 21 October, as part of preparations for Storm Brian.
The Shoreham Adur Tidal Walls Scheme project team members are today (20 Oct) ‘wearing it pink’ in support of efforts to ensure a brighter future for women affected by breast cancer.
Mackley is currently carrying out a programme of beach replenishment works on Hayling Island in Hampshire, as part of a wider scheme to protect the area from flooding.
The British Airways i360 project team is celebrating further success, after the landmark scheme picked up the Judges’ Special Award at the 2017 British Construction Industry (BCI) awards.
Mackley has published a new timelapse video showcasing the RNLI Selsey demolition project carried out earlier this year.
Mackley has made a further donation of laptops to a primary school near Arundel in West Sussex.
Image: Environment Agency, via Twitter. The Environment Agency says the recently completed £3.6m refurbishment of East Farleigh lock on the River Medway will be ‘a great asset to visitors, river users, and wildlife for many years to come’.