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Displaying items by tag: dredging

Dredging at London Tower Lifeboat Station

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Dredging on Canal Barrier at Kilnhurst FAS

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Back on Tideway at Albert Embankment

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Following a site survey of King George V Graving dock,  to look at maintenance dredging, WM Plant Hire were tasked with the removal of the scrap metal and other items that had been deposited in the berthing areas, with a need to avoid damage to the important historical structure below.

Reaching out...to private clients

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Specialist equipment was required for IDB weed removal ahead of cutter suction dredging programme.

Reflecting on 33 years of the Thames Barrier

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The £45million scheme is one of the largest river flood defence schemes in the country.  A variety of long reach machines were required over
a 16-month period for multiple works on the scheme.

Continuing work with long standing client BAM Nuttall on £45 million Flood Alleviation Scheme in Leeds.

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WM Plant Hire have been working on the River Parrett maintenance dredging contract on the Somerset Levels.

 

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