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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 were filmed as part of the documentary charting the progress of the Regency Restoration Project at the National Botanic Garden of Wales this month, lifting a new bridge into place over the cascade.

Installation of a timber jetty in the River Severn was undertaken this month as part of a river wide strategy to improve leisure amenities and allow exploration with dedicated canoe trails.

Dredging and wildlife Island creation completed on the Mill Waters project, Nottinghamshire. 

Construction of wildlife islands at Kings Mill continues as part of the restoration and environmental enhancement on this critical reservoir.

As part of the Mill Waters project WM Longreach has mobilised this month to begin crucial de-silting work to remove the build up of sedimentation that has threatened wildlife and reduced water-based sporting activities at Kings Mill Reservoir, Nottinghamshire.

Director Damian McGettrick provided an interesting environmental contractors perspective a the conference in Shrewsbury this month, presenting on the range of river restoration works carried out by WM Longreach and innovations applied.

Working with the Shropshire Wildlife Trust and Telford and Wrekin Council, WM Longreach began the Newport Canal Recovery Project this month.

Working to increase the capacity of the River Parrett with over 21,000m3 of silt removed from the 2.2km stretch Oathe to Burrowbridge

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