Mackley has recently completed a series of works at one of the three RNLI lifeboat stations on the Isle of Wight.
A total of 60 players from 16 teams took part in the Mackley annual golf day on 22 August, raising money for three worthwhile charities.
Work is progressing well on a flood alleviation scheme at Godalming in Surrey which, when complete, will reduce the risk of flooding to at least 90 properties in the town.
Mackley has recently commenced work to repair and extend the slipway at the RNLI Portsmouth lifeboat station.
Following an assessment earlier this year, Mackley is delighted to announce it has maintained its Investors in People silver level accreditation.
Work to install two electric vehicle charging points at Mackley’s headquarters at Small Dole is now complete.
Mackley is participating in an interactive event designed to celebrate and raise the profile of young people’s achievements in science and engineering.
Mackley has completed two of seven weir refurbishments – designed to reduce the risk of flooding and improve fish stocks by installing fish passes along the River Wey in Surrey – for the Environment Agency.
Access to a respite facility for disabled children and their families has been improved, after Mackley donated a quantity of ‘grass grids’ to a charity.
An annual six-a-side football tournament, held in memory of a former Mackley employee, has this year raised more than £3k for the St Barnabas Hospice.