Mackley has made another donation of old timber groynes, extracted from a project in Eastbourne, to a local charity – where they will be used to improve the communal garden.
Work is progressing well on the latest phase of a scheme which will reduce the risk of coastal flooding for more than 4,500 homes and businesses on Portsea Island.
Mackley has completed a six-week project to repair flood defences at Stokes Bay on the frontage at Gosport in Hampshire.
Mackley is proud to support a UK-wide mental health initiative, taking place on 6 February, as part of ongoing efforts to maintain the mental and physical welfare of its employees.
Mackley is preparing to usher in a new era for the company, with the opening of a regional office in Eastleigh.
2019 has been another busy, productive and exciting year for everyone involved with Mackley – with a number of high-profile awards and achievements underpinning a successful 12 months.
Mackley is delighted to have become accepted as a corporate member of the Pipeline Industries Guild – the only association world-wide to cater directly for the needs of the pipeline industry.
Mackley has received ‘Cyber Essentials certification’, demonstrating it has implemented a sensible baseline of organisational cyber security.
A scheme which has significantly reduced flood risk to thousands of properties on the West Sussex coast has been recognised with a prestigious environmental award.
A number of old timber groynes, extracted from a Mackley project in Hove, are being put to good use by a local charity.