We are experts in the environment where land and water meet and our work covers the complete project life-cycle from initial strategic planning and outlining the most environmental, time and cost-saving approach to early contractor involvement and supplier partnership. We also manage operational project execution, training, advice and follow-up.
The Environment Agency looked to its FCRM framework contractors to assist with a project to remove Shaw Gauging Weir on the River Lambourn, a SSSI chalk river in Kent.
Design & Build (JCT) of a new pedestrian bridge at Goodmans Yard across the Worcester & Birmingham Canal.
Land & Water was instructed by clients London Borough of Merton Council to demolish the existing bridge which spanned the River Wandle at Mitcham.
Works were tendered by the Isle of Man government to seek a contractor to remove 32,000m3 of silt that had built up in the marina threatening the marinas operational use.
Land & Water Services (LAWS) were employed by Peabody Trust as Principal Contractor on this design and build JCT contract to improve water quality and biodiversity of the lake at Southmere.
Dredging works were required to increase the depth of the berthing pocket at Thurrock on the River Thames, this was a strategic and busy jetty being made ready to accept deeper drafted vessels.
The 'River of Life phase 2' project was a habitat improvement project to create backwaters and ponds at four sites.
A Habitat Creation Scheme on the River Thames at Rainham Marshes, the largest habitat creation project ever constructed inside the M25.
The Environment Agency instructed Land & Water to carry out a range of flood defence works including the construction of three new flood embankments.
With over 40 years' experience, we bring reassurance, innovation, inspiration and future-proof results to projects in the sensitive habitats where land and water meet.