Red7Marine drives innovation in equipment, solutions, people and ongoing support. A joined up approach has allowed us to build a fleet of bespoke plant, strengthening the project services that we can offer to the marine construction industry.
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The Westminster Pier Extension allows more frequent River Bus services between Woolwich and North Greenwich to Westminster. The extension is a key part of the River Action Plan to improve TfL’s piers and increase capacity for passengers before 2020. Red7Marine designed and built a custom pile gate for the project. The barge was reviewed to support a 180t crawler crane for piling operations and was then further reviewed with an additional RH28 drill rig on board.
In order to accommodate a new luxury apartment block in Brighton, part of the marina needed to be reclaimed using sheet piled cofferdams. This would enable the water to be kept out and foundations to be built for the stunning seafront properties. Red7Marine supported the installation of a sheet pile twin wall cofferdam.
Red7Marine installed replacement Active Effluent Discharge Lines at Oldbury power station as part of the on-going care and maintenance works. Red7Marine’s previous project experience on similar projects consisting of works on subsea pipeline and outfalls at Bradwell and Sizewell nuclear power stations, positioned the company as the ideal marine partner for client, Magnox.
The Emirates cable car was installed to provide a pedestrian link across the River Thames between the Royal Docks and the Greenwich peninsula. Red7Marine worked with Bachy Soletanche in a joint venture to install the foundations for the one-kilometre long cable car using marine rotary bored piling.
Red7Marine secured a contract at Battersea in December 2016 to install new tubular driven steel mooring piles for the Battersea Power Station river bus pontoon installation which is planned to be operational in Autumn 2017. Transport for London (TFL) decided to extend the river bus service after the number of housing developments at Battersea began to increase.
This fast turn-around marine construction project involved the installation of a new tubular steel navigation marker pile at Middleton Sands, Barrow-in-Furness in 2017. The navigation marker was required to identify the sub surface obstructions and enable other vessels in the area to operate safely.
Red7Marine was the marine partner of choice for BAM Nuttall when they constructed a piled combi-wall as part of the Liverpool 2 Dock Expansion that began in 2014. The construction of the container terminal was supported by four of Red7Marine’s jack up barges; the Haven Seariser 1, Haven Seariser 2 and the Haven Seariser 3 and the Haven Seajack as it carried out rock socket piling works.
The Red7Marine team was chosen to provide specialist marine plant and personnel to aid the redevelopment of the Weston-super-Mare Grand Pier after it was destroyed in a fire in 2008. Red7Marine supplied the Haven Seajack 4 assisted in the pier construction works. Its previous experience in pier and marina construction works made it the ideal project partner for this development.
Red7Marine is a leading provider of equipment for marine demolition and is skilled in dismantling structures that are beyond the reach of ordinary demolition contractors. In 2012, Red7Marine removed approximately 800 tonnes of steel in the Blackwater Estuary from the Bradwell nuclear power station water intake structure.
Red7Marine installed scour protection and provided remediation on damaged sections of the flood defences to preserve areas of the salt marsh at the Fingringhoe firing ranges in Essex. Scour protection and remediation techniques are used to control erosion in both estuarine and the offshore environments.
The £4.2bn Thames Tideway Tunnel project is delivering a major upgrade to Londons sewerage network. A new tunnel will be constructed from Acton in the West, to Beckton in the East to reduce CSO discharges into the River Thames. 24 construction sites are required for the project with 11 locations spread along the river where the sites are required for the tunnel construction.
A 500m long marine jetty was required at Hinkley to allow materials to be delivered to site for the construction of the new nuclear power station. The marine jetty is supported on tubular steel piles with prefabricated steel sections forming the roadway. Precast concrete deck panels were installed on top of the steel roadway sections to form the finished jetty.