Category Archive: Commercial

Sunken Boat Recovery in Poole Harbour Marina

Home to the Old Lifeboat Museum, which acted as Poole Harbours lifeboat station between 1882 and 1974 when it was converted into a museum, Fishermans Dock has been a centre of activity in the… Continue reading

Swanage Pier Pile Removal

Since the construction of the first pier at Swanage Bay, Dorset, in 1859 there have been numerous transformations giving rise to the pier as it stands today. The first pier was originally built to provide… Continue reading

London 2012 Triathlon Exit Ramp

Since the triathlon was first introduced to the Summer Olympics in Sydney 2000 a total of 110 athletes have competed, providing six gold medals to six different countries. The popularity of triathlons has been growing… Continue reading

Underwater Anode Installation at the RNLI College Poole

As the national training center for the Royal National Lifeboat Institutions lifeboat crews from around the UK and Republic of Ireland, the RNLI College Poole saw 1263 lifeboat crew and 604 lifeguards attend… Continue reading

Cofferdam Removal at the New RNLI Coventina Site

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), ‘the charity that saves lives at sea’, is an entirely volunteer driven organisation that has saved as many as 140,000 lives at sea since its beginning in… Continue reading

Swash Channel Wreck Rudder Lift

Update: The first artefacts from the Wreck have gone on show at Poole Museum this Saturday (26/07/14), including a replica of the wreck carving that we helped to raise last year. With this Poole… Continue reading