WM Plant Hire have been working on the River Parrett maintenance dredging contract on the Somerset Levels.
BAM Ritchies called upon WM Plant Hire to assist with emergency stabilisation works on the Dorset coast.
The removal of underwater obstructions was a critical operation to ensure that the piling works were not delayed at Liverpool2 port development.
Working on the Greenport development in Hull, the CAT 385 long reach excavator fitted with rock grab and GPS dig control system is placing rock armour.
Protecting the coastline in Guernsey required the placement of over 10,000 tonnes of rock armour ranging from 1 to 3 tonnes in size.
WM Plant returned to the breakwater project at Cowes for the final stage of works.
Infrastructure upgrades and maintenance operations to MOD marine bases in Scotland saw the deployment of the CAT365 long reach.
V&A Museum reached major milestone with the recent completion of the cofferdam structure.
Key milestone reached at St Mary's Harbour, Isles of Scilly with WM Plant Hire's help.
Port of Liverpool redevelopment has made good progress with the dredging and reclamation of material from the docks.
Our company continues to assist with the Thames Tideway Project at Beckton on the River Thames.
WM Plant Hire helped BAM complete works ahead of schedule at Gatwick with their 2 CAT 330 long reach excavators.
Our long reach CAT349E assists in the installation of piles on river with limited access for standard reach machines.
WM Plant Hire assist McLaughlin & Harvey in major expansion of the harbour at Invergordon, Scotland.
WM Plant Hire continue work on prestigious Queensferry Crossing project, Scotland.
WM Plant Hire provide a safe and effective solution to stabilise rail embankment without disruption to the rail line.
WM Plant Hire work with Environment Agency on a weed cutting programme, Somerset.
Emergency Coastal Works in Scotland
Essential works continue despite Corona virus
Crucial Works at Barnehurst Blockade
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