Mackley has completed works to improve the long-term reliability of an important sluice on the River Mole in Esher.
Mackley is supporting an Environment Agency campaign which aims to help homeowners to be more flood resilient.
Mackley is delighted to have been approved as a member of British Water.
The opening months of a project to build a new RNLI lifeboat house at Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk coast have been successful, as Mackley continues to lay the foundations.
Mackley is delighted to make a commitment to increase the number of earn and learn positions – such as apprenticeships – at the company over the next five years.
The Mackley team carrying out a coastal defence scheme on Portsea Island are ‘wearing it pink’ in support of efforts to ensure a brighter future for women affected by breast cancer.
Mackley has been contracted by Portsmouth Water to carry out a project that will maintain water supply to parts of Hampshire, including the town of Gosport.
Armed with litter grabbers and trash bags, a number of Mackley employees recently participated in the Arundel community clean-up on 18 September.
Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s leading and best-connected port operator, has invested £370,000 in a project to repair the ‘New Cut’ river wall in Ipswich, which will preserve the integrity of the historic wall.
As Champion Members of the Construction Logistics and Community Safety (CLOCS) scheme, Mackley is pleased to support a new campaign to ensure the safest construction vehicle journeys.