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




Gravesend Complete

TMS have just completed replacing two World War 2 slip ways for Cory Energy in Gravesend. The project consisted of removing the deteriorating steel and repairing the existing pile caps so new British steel could be installed. Each cross member was protected with hard wood which was drilled and fixed individually this will protect the steel for many years to come. The project was finished 10 days early, Well done all involved.


Welcome Back

TMS have lots of good news this week.
We are pleased to be Welcoming Kate Firth back with TMS, Kate worked with us last year for her summer placement and she has just completed her Course at Plymouth University in MEng in Civil and Coastal Engineering, Well Done Kate & Welcome to the team.

Well Done Byron

TMS are very proud to confirm that Byron Jennings, our Apprentice Quantity Surveyor, has received the highest grade of a Distinction** on completion of his first year on Level 3 BTEC Construction & Build Environment at Exeter College.
Congratulations & well done Byron, we are sure you will smash year 2!