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The ‘Regency Restoration Project’ at the National Botanic Garden of Wales has been shortlisted by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for the People’s Choice Award – an international engineering award where the public have their say and place their vote.
The newly created wetlands at Bramshot Farm Country Park held their opening this July with the project complete and the public now able to enjoy the wonderful new habitat and wildlife it will attract to the area.
WM Longreach and the Regency Restoration Project team are proud to have been shortlisted as finalists for the ICE Wales Project Awards and BCIA Coummunity Initiative of the Year

In the construction of wetland pools WM Longreach are reducing their impact on the environment with the use of specialist low ground pressure and ‘walking’ excavators. 

The series of new wetland pools WM Longreach are creating to enhance the visitor experience at Bramshot Farm Country Park are taking shape.

Despite wettest winter in 30 years works have been progressing well on this important lowland bog restoration scheme, with the completion of 400m of culvert works as well as, to date, 1km of the open channel works.

WM Longreach have been awarded the tender to repair the Lower Lake dam crest and spillway; and to carry out preliminary desilting work at the Upper Lake at Newton Park Lake, part of another magnificent, historical Capability Brown landscape

WM Longreach’s returned to Cholsey & Wallingford Railway station this month to assist with final touches to the canopy columns and site reinstatement, completing its restoration.  

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