TMS are back in Middlesbrough this year, following on from the completion of the temporary works late last year, TMS have started the demolition and replacement of the AV Dawson Port of Middlesbrough because of a failed section of dock. After the demolition, 30m long piles 1m in length will be used to restore the dock back in to working order.
TMS are thrilled to announce we have made it to the finalists of the Engineer Magazine collaborate to innovate awards, for Baildon Bridge Scour Protection which we did in Partnership with the University of Cambridge, check out the link below to see what the University of Cambridge have been working on
University of Cambridge research nominated for a British Construction Industry Award 2020 | Laing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology
The Guys in Shetland have worked solidly for the last month to complete the dredging, a couple more days to go and then they will start the mammoth journey home. Well done to all involved!
A great shot after a days dredging in Shetland & also our photo of the month, Well Done Rob Martin for winning Septembers prize
TMS three Hopper Barges arrived safely in Shetland yesterday, ready for phase two of the works to begin
All Three of our Hopper Barges have been in for refit & painting & are now looking like new and ready to start works in Shetland next week.
TMS have been awarded the works at Ghyll Head jetty on Lake Windermere, this project consists of removing an existing 20m wooden jetty along with an existing 20mx10m concrete slipway, we will then be installing a new reinforced concrete slipway alongside permanent timber piles as construction of the new wooden jetty, for access to the lake. All of the works will need to be carried out afloat from a uni-float barge, this will have been constructed & installed on the opposite side of the lake at Lakeside.