Swanage Slipway

TMS are currently building a new slipway and landing jetty for the local fishermen of Swanage. The new facilities will separate the commercial fishermen from the recreational users to enhance public safety.

 

Whitby

TMS have been tasked to demolish a section of parapet wall on the historic pier at Whitby by firstly installing a temporary barrier to stop any demolition to fall into the sea. TMS also had to remove an old historic gas pipe which ran along the full length of the pier that used to supply the light house. Once removed TMS will be repairing the whole section with a specialised mortar.
There are also ongoing repairers to the stone work as well as repointing.

MCCE Awards Project of the Year 2018

TMS Maritime are proud winners of the MCCE Awards Project of the Year for the second consecutive year for our Swanage Pier restoration project. The expo was a fantastic opportunity to showcase our capabilities and network with customers and suppliers. Thanks to everyone that stopped by for a chat with Robert Martin and Giles Squirrell.

Newton St Cyres

TMS are currently working at Newton St Cyres in Exeter to protect the river bank from anymore erosion while ensuring no damage or disruption to the nearby train track. TMS have dug down to bed rock & are installing 15m of gabion baskets at 3m high which are filled with gabion stone & then backfilled with 20mm quartz, TMS are approved installers of Platipus Anchors, these will be driven in to the bank behind which will be using to hold the baskets in to position.

 

 

Swanage Pier

TMS are coming to the end of the repair works on Swanage Pier.
TMS have installed timber piles, structural beams, reinstatement of the decking, hand railing & furniture restoring it back to its former glory for the public to enjoy.

Lyme Regis

TMS have been contracted by South West Water to remove the existing storm lines, running from the beach out to sea and then to re-install a new storm line drainage system made up of 355od  plastic pipe and precast concrete sections, these works can only be carried out 6 days of the month at low spring tides, so the installation process has been a challenge.