On Friday 1 March, Mark Lancaster, MP for Milton Keynes, visited award-winning civil engineers Land & Water Group at its project site at Campbell Wharf Marina where it is supporting Crest Nicholson.
Last week, Land & Water was named winner in the category Project of the Year by a Specialist (subcontract up to £1m) for its work at Taplow Bridge at the 2019 Construction News Specialists Awards.
To kickstart 2019, Land & Water Plant Hire has introduced a new tug to its fleet - ‘Domino.’
Land & Water gained consent for developing a Habitat Creation Scheme on the River Thames at Rainham Marshes, the largest habitat creation project ever constructed inside the M25.
Canal & River Trust successfully achieved an important project at Aston Nature Reserves by engaging with Land & Water to help get their plans off the ground. The project to create two balancing ponds and a nature reserve would provide quality habitats as well as an open space for walkers.
The transition from silver to gold means that Land & Water can now provide better and faster support for their commercial partners, while bringing an added layer of confidence for new customers who may be looking for contractors to partner with.
Hudson Bay and Hoveton Broad are connected by a very narrow water channel. Natural England wanted to dredge both waterways and build a new area of fenland.
Bringing urgent and much needed protection to the River Thames, Thames Tideway are delivering an Super Sewer in Central London to combat the pollution that the current sewage system creates in times of heavy rainfall
Working with Sutton Harbour Holding plc, we developed a reliable and robust wave gate pontoon that will protect the marina in adverse weather conditions
Our work with Berkeley Homes required an innovative approach which saw us float an entire 40 tonne bridge up the River Thames
Working with the Environment Agency, the project required the removal of shoals to help improve river conveyance.
This difficult and potentially dangerous project made it impossible to send divers down to support the construction.
This project in a built-up area with a low bridge was part of a wider scheme to improve water quality and restore lost wildlife habitats following the impact of the Thames Tideway Tunnel.