Newbridge, Newton St Cyres

For Dyer & Butler, Network Rail

12 weeks

In late August 2018, TMS commenced work to stabilise the river bank adjacent to the North Devon railway line near Newton St Cyres. The riverbank and railway embankment were being scoured out by turbulent river flow, and the abutment of an adjacent multi-span masonry arch road bridge that crossed both the railway line and the river was also indicating signs of erosion.

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Cliff Stabilisation

For Fort Bovisand Developments

December 2020 - January 2021

Employed by Fort Bovisand Developments Ltd, TMS worked closely with the scheme designer, Red Rock Geoscience, to successfully complete the vital stabilisation works to the cliff face approaching Fort Bovisand, a former casemated gun battery constructed in the 1860s for the protection of Plymouth Sound.

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Padstow Harbour Slipway Wall Repair

For Padstow Harbour

4 weeks

TMS were approached by Padstow Harbour Commissioner with concerns that the wall adjacent to their main harbour slipway was in disrepair with spalling render and exposed reinforcement. This presented a hazard to the general public as it was the boarding facility for both the local ferry and other marine craft.

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Landing Craft Slipway, Devonport Dockyard

For Mansell

A £25m complex at Devonport Dockyard has been built for the Ministry of Defence to provide services for the landing craft and assault boats of 539 Assault Squadron Royal Marines. A critical factor in this development was to provide the ability for the Landing Craft Air Cushion (hovercraft) and regular Landing Craft to be removed from the water. This was achieved through the construction of a new slipway.

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Shallow Dock

For Princess Yachts International Plc

February 2013

The conversion of a decommissioned naval dock, for the purpose of fitting-out superyachts. Minimum impounded water level, 3 mtrs. Backup to prevent vessels grounding in the event of a malfunction.

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