Coastal management

With many towns and cities based on the fringes of Britain’s coastline, the impact on buildings and infrastructure from violent seas can be devastating and costly. Our coastal management expertise can help minimise and prevent tidal and saltwater damage.

When it comes to managing the coastlines, one of the main considerations for a local authority or commissioning agency is to reduce the risk of watercourse pollution.

Working in a tidal zone presents a unique set of risks that must be factored into the maintenance, repair or building of new sea defence structures. This is where our experience comes into its own.

Health, safety and risk management expertise

Health, safety and risk management expertise

We specialise in protecting and strengthening existing structures, and designing and building new sea defence structures.. We cover:

  • Pointing and masonry works
  • Scour protection works
  • Installation of new sea defence structures
  • Welding services
  • Diving services

We are fully trained and certified to work in risk-associated environments where watercourse pollution must be kept to an absolute minimum. The fact that we enjoy an on-going relationship with many of our clients is testament to our outstanding Health and Safety record.

 

Our work in action

Weir Quay

Overview A cliff slip had threatened a busy road in and out of Weir Quay, a small enclave on the Bere Peninsula, Devon. Our task was to stabilise the existing cliff and build a masonry retaining wall backfilled with reinforced concrete.

Rockham Bay

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Overview
Much like Hope Cove before it, the cliff face and walking path of Rockham […]

Paignton Harbour

Overview
Part of the English Riviera, Paignton itself was once just a small fishing village. […]

Teignmouth Sea Wall Repairs

Overview
Over time, the ocean currents had eroded and damaged Teignmouth’s sea wall. Consequently, a […]

 

Discuss your project

If you would like to talk through your sea defence project, please call 0845 3666 521.