TMS specialises in constructing landing stages, pontoons and jetties for boat enthusiasts living in private coastal or river-fronted residences, for personal waterside access.

We build landing stages for:

  • People wishing to add value to their property prior to sale
  • Owners and property developers investing in their property for the future
  • Boat enthusiasts enhancing their waterfront for their own enjoyment and convenience

Whatever the personal motivation, a well designed and expertly constructed landing stage or jetty can be an attractive addition to a luxury property. We are therefore able to offer:

  • Marine construction advice
  • Planning application & licensing
  • Liaison with your architect
  • Project management – ensuring the landing stage is built to specification, on time and on budget
Landing Stages, Jettys & Piers

Latest Projects

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Sharpness Pier Repairs, Sharpness Dock

For Canal River Trust, Kier

4.5 Months

Sharpness South Pier is located downstream of the outer gates (sea gates) to Sharpness Tidal Basin. The pier is
effectively located within the River Severn, at the point where the river meets the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal. The
function of both north pier and south pier is to guide ships into the Tidal Basin from the River Severn
In June 2020 the MV Lady Adele (photo inset) on arrival at Sharpness Port contacted the South Pier at Sharpness.
As a result of the vessel impact, the South Pier sustained damage which required urgent inspection as-well-as removal of
seabed debris and loose elements that may become detached in the near future.

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Stonehaven Pier Reconstruction

For Aberdeenshire Council

May 2022 - October 2022

Working on behalf of Aberdeenshire
Council, TMS were appointed as Principal Contractor
to construct three new pier heads around three
historic ones in Stonehaven Harbour. The three new
pier heads were to encapsulate the existing Net Pier,
South Pier and Fish Jetty structures which had all
been considered to have reached the end of their
serviceable life and were at risk of failure if their
condition were allowed to degrade further. The full
scope of the project included:

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