West Wharf Slab Replacement, Millbay Dock

For Associated British Ports Ltd

18 weeks

The existing suspended jetty at West Wharf is in part over 100 years old and exhibiting significant deterioration of the structural slab and supporting concrete structure. The underside of the suspended slab and secondary beams have suffered from fairly significant spalling of the concrete, allowing the lower, corroded reinforcement to be exposed to the marine environment. West Wharf is an operational berth, used principally by Brittany Ferries for their Plymouth-Continental ro-ro ferry services. The scheme involved the replacement of the existing 131m long by 18m wide upper concrete jetty slab with a new reinforced concrete slab spanning to the primary supports of the underlying reinforced concrete structure

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Oxen Cove Jetty

For Torbay Development Agency

5 months

TMS were contracted, in collaboration with Red 7 Marine, by Torbay Development Agency to install a new Shellfish Landing Jetty at Oxen Cove, Brixham in 2019. Whilst Brixham is currently the most important fishing port in England and Wales when measuring value of catch landed, the Shellfish Jetty was commissioned to meet growing demand from the expanding shelfish industry locally.

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Isle of Man Sea Terminal

For Bam Nuttall

9 months

Teignmouth Maritime Services were contracted by BAM Nuttall to carry out various scopes of work at the Sea Terminal in Douglas Harbour, Isle of Man. These consisted of scour protection to the two Ro Ro ferry berths, linkspan hoist tower piles life extension (consisting of repair sleeve and denso sea shield), installing a new fender pile and repairs to previously damaged piles; and sea shield work to the three walkway dolphins that are situated within Douglas Harbour.

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