Lake Windermere

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.

Slipway upgrades for Cory Riverside Energy in Gravesend

https://www.maritimejournal.com/news101/vessel-build-and-maintenance/vessel-repair-and-maintenance/slipway-upgrades-add-to-thames-infrastructure?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTVRreU9ERTJNRFUzWTJOaCIsInQiOiJCTjBmeTJzRlFFRlRQQ0V4RWpQRThEOHdGRllVcE5USjViWFV5Z2VreUhySWdxSktpNnMzZ1k1RWhPMUVQS2hvVG9HXC9aeUJXeU1YMDMwbUxtbnRZRlRIbFY4ZzZTSlhuNW53aE5xOVJhTVAyTExOdGxkN3BkMVl0OE9FS0oweE4ifQ%3D%3D

 

 

TMS are currently in the process of repairing the gates and hinges on the historic grade 2 listed sea lock gates at Bude.
Initially parts of the gates had to be removed in situ to allow the main section to be lifted from the lower hinge.
The gates were lifted and lowered to the quay side where an inspection took place to ascertain the repairs required which are on going at present.

TMS returned to Shetland on Tuesday after being away from the project for the last 3 months due to lockdown. Whilst working yesterday the guys were lucky enough to see Orcas