Earlier this month, London-based marine freight specialist Walsh started to remove more than a million tonnes of tunnel spoil arising from the Eastern leg of London’s super sewer scheme, Tideway.
The materials from the Thames Tideway’s eastern section, between Bermondsey and Stratford, are being moved down river to a pioneering new wildlife habitat creation scheme, which is being spearheaded by wet civil engineering company Land & Water.
Walsh is working in partnership with Land & Water, carrying out the major shift and restoration scheme for Eastern section joint venture (JV) delivery partners Costain, Vinci Construction, Grands Projets and Bachy Soltanche (CVB).
Throughout the next 14 months, chalk and clay from the Tideway sites at Chambers Wharf, Greenwich Pumping Station and King Edward Memorial Park Foreshore in Shadwell are being loaded
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