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22nd September 2012

Return to Fleet Pond

The next phase of lake restoration work has commenced at Fleet Pond.  This will continue the dredging from the earlier phase this year and construct more lake islands to improve the water quality and enhance the habitat for wildlife and ecology.  Using our specialist long reach machines on floating pontoons, the island construction is well underway and due for completion in November.

23rd July 2012

Award Winners

We have had an amazing start to the summer with winning the Ground Engineering (GE) Award on 4 May. We then were Highly Commended at the annual Institution Of Civil Engineers (ICE) awards. View our 'Awards' section to see details of our Award winning projects.

25th February 2012

Mobilisation of Fleet Pond

Mobilisation of the floating plant and equipment to Fleet Pond was carried out in February 2012 using a large crane lift from the Station car park due to the access restrictions.  Modular pontoons were assembled that would carry the long reach excavators for the dredging and lake island construction works.  A large audience had gathered as this marked a significant milestone for the Pond, in particular the hard work of the Fleet Pond Society, so the success of this day was really welcome.

WM Longreach are delighted to announce that they are the Winners of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) West Midlands Geotechnical Project Award 2010 for Daniels Mill Slope Stabilisation Works.

Recent storms off the south west coast washed material into the launch channel of the new Tamar Lifeboat at Sennen Cove, near Lands End.

17th February 2010

Daniels Mill Earthworks

Further to the Summer 2007 flood events, a landslip occurred adjacent to the Severn Valley Railway, impacting on the historic 'Daniels Mill'. This historic Mill is sited in a heritage and conservation area and works have recently started on the project.

Desilting of the lake at the historic Victorian Park has been recently completed for Crewe & Nantwich Borough Council.

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