With 50% of the 1067 30m tube piles installed and 90% of the 508 CH piles installed, TMS are well on the way to completing the L6 Birth reconstruction at The Port of Middlesbrough within the anticipated programme. The repaired dock will go on to provide a working platform for AV Dawson’s numerous high strength cranes, that are used to meet the high traffic demands of the port.
Photo taken by our Project Manager, Mark Hedges at Noss Marina
TMS now has the capability to complete drone surveys of hard to inspect sites. We can also collect video footage and photos for the purpose of publicity.
We have drone pilots qualified to A2 CofC and GVC levels and will soon to be an approved operators in the specific category.
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
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