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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

24th September 2019

Trent River Restoration

Working with Trent Rivers Trust we have been restoring the 1.2km stretch of the River Trent near Weston.

At the National Botanic Garden of Wales the bridge installations are a “big piece of the jigsaw – from seeing original paintings of the estate…” (Helen John, Project Manager)

Installation of new footpaths and access improvements for National Trust

WM Longreach received a team achievement award for work at Highfields Park

Innovative methods used to manage water flows while removing Abbeydale Weir.

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