Sea Wall Repairs at Livermead

The Sea wall at Livermead had began to suffer major coastal wave action which in turn started the erosion process behind the wall. TMS were instructed by Torbay Development Agency to repair the damage.

TMS Marine Operatives drilled & fixed L bars in to the existing wall, galvanised mesh was then installed ready to spray the concrete making the wall secure. The job was completed ahead of schedule and within budget.

Marine Contractors

TMS Maritime are showcasing at this years Working in the Wet ICE conference at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. For those of you who cannot make it have a look at our video to see an insight into our capabilities.

 

 

TMS Divers were tasked with the under water demolition of the lock gate concrete stop block in King Point Marina, Plymouth.  Using Hydraulic core drills, the cardox system and prothermic underwater cutting tools, the divers were able to separate the block from its fixings and remove it safely to the surface

Saundersfoot Outfall

TMS are working with Morgan Sindall on the Saundersfoot storm outfall pipe line.

The existing pipe line had deteriorated and needed replacing. The new design is based on a combination of solutions with a new 355mm plastic pipe being installed with concrete collars to weight the pipe down as well as concrete mattresses, see photos below of our progress so far.

Shuttering Works

TMS were Contracted by Dyer & Butler to help assemble & build two bridge bases either side of the M5 to allow a cycle bridge to be installed on top.

This had to be completed quickly due to the road closure, TMS erected the steel and form work before pouring C50 concrete.