• news3
  • news2
  • news1

News

We believe that innovation and success are borne out of great relationships and working together in an open, honest and transparent manner. We hope that by sharing our news we will develop and grow our relationship with you and offer added value by sharing our experience and learning.

Our news is of our people, our high-profile projects and our professional affiliations. We would also love to interact with you through our facebook pages and twitter. We are particularly proud of the images of our projects, we hope you enjoy them too.

WM Longreach have successfully completed the maintenance operations on the River Parrett to remove over 30,000 tonnes of silt.

During the winter the Company has carried out a number of flood defence projects, including the vegetation clearance at Cricket Hill Pond.

WM Longreach have been awarded the River Parrett maintenance dredging contract by the Somerset Internal Drainage Board.

Working on the historic estate at Fonthill saw the removal of 22000m3 of silt from the lake and transport to a receptor site over 1km away.

With Heritage Lottery funding Spetchley Park Gardens are able to fufill their long term ambition to restore the Garden Pool to its former glory with the help of WM Longreach.

Director Damian McGettrick and site manager Dave Ryan attended the official opening of the Chinese Bridge at Croome Park.  Works were completed on schedule ready for the public to enjoy the bridge over the summer. 

WM Longreach was employed by Tamworth Borough Council last December to dredge the Stoneydelph balancing pond.  Following a drying period we returned this June to remove the silt placed on the neighbouring field and restored the area, completing the job to a high standard and to the satisfaction of the client. 

WM Longreach has been promoting the "This is Civil Engineering..." campaign across a number of projects including the Chinese Bridge at Croome Park, Worcestershire this month.  A number of information days were held throughout the project where the public could come and speak with the team about the engineering works.

Page 2 of 4
Find us on Facebook
Follow us on Twiiter