TMS has experience across a variety of marine construction projects, which has given the company a reputation as one of the leading marine civil engineering firms in the UK.

Whether laying pipelines or cables underwater, carrying out strengthening and scour projection to road or railway bridges, or installing liners to culverts, TMS completes build and maintenance projects to a high standard, on time and within budget.

Typical projects for our clients include design and build solutions for sea defences, harbour walls, bridges, jetties and pontoons. Services include:

  • Piling
  • Dredging
  • Seabed preparation
  • Sea wall construction
  • Demolition
  • Underwater concreting and grouting
  • Refurbishment of marine and river structures
  • Pontoons and jetties
  • Sea outfalls construction
  • Cable crossings
  • Groyne repair and construction
Marinas, Pontoons & Bridges & Tidal Gates, Weirs & Locks

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Cattewater Harbour Commissioners

For Cattewater Harbour Commissioners

5 Days

The pontoons at the Barbican Landing Stage are well used by local ferries and larger vessels to collect and disembark up to 200 passengers at a time. Cattewater Harbour Commissioners were awarded £150,000 of Government funding via the Marine Management Organisation’s (MMO) Fisheries and Seafood Scheme (FaSS). This grant allowed an extension to the landing stage by installating new pontoons, which provided over 60 metres of additional mooring space.

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Rock Park Bridge, Barnstaple

For Dyer & Butler

8 Months

Working on behalf of Dyer & Butler, TMS were appointed to complete the in-river repair works to 2no. piles on the condemned pedestrian
footbridge between Rock Park and the Severn Brethren Industrial Estate in Barnstaple. The historic bridge was the main access route for
commuting school children whose route had to be diverted along a busy A-road. The former railway bridge had been closed for safety
reasons since May 2020 after a routine dive inspection discovered significant damage to the in-river piles. The original scope of the project

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