Barrier Gardens Pier
By Frankham Consultancy
The maritime team supports clients with the identification of failures or repairs of marine structures such as pontoons, jetties, piers, locks and moorings.
Our team of highly experienced engineers is dedicated to providing effective solutions that depend on a quick and accurate response. We pride ourselves on being a single point of contact with a multi-disciplinary approach and a trusted supply chain.
Our commitment is to offer impartial advice and recommendations customised for non-specialist audiences. As an extension of your resources and knowledge, we’re here to guide and assist you every step of the way. With our team, you can trust that your project is in safe hands, ensuring a reliable and successful outcome.
We recommend, plan and conduct surveys to significantly reduce project costs and facilitate development by collecting fit for purpose data.
Inspections are typically carried out by work boat and on foot however through use of our trusted supply chain, we can now offer inspections by:
Frankham enjoy a well valued reputation for delivering design solutions and analysis from concept to detailed design, decommissioning and assessments of existing structures.
Our engineers can provide expert advice on design and construction on projects related to:
Frankham have extensive experience in contract administration and site supervision that ensures health and safety, progress and financial reporting is provided to the client with no surprises.
We have provided site supervision on projects for various clients throughout the UK including in upper tier COMAH sites.
Our professionally recognised marine engineers, planners and health and safety consultants are vastly experienced in developing, reviewing and advising on permit and survey requirements.
Almost all projects in a marine environment require certain consents from statutory bodies. These can vary from the local planning and harbour authorities to the Marine Management Organisation and the Environment Agency. The consent process can often be complicated and slow, we strive to help our clients obtain consents in a smooth and timely manner.
Water Framework Directive and Environmental Impact Assessments
Between our in-house maritime expertise and trusted supply chain we deliver impact assessments for our clients. Impact assessments are often commissioned to support consents and marine licences and can vary between water framework directives, hydrology, ecology, navigation and environmental.
Flood Risk Assessments
Maritime projects can often have an impact on flooding. Planning authorities often require clients to understand the potential risk of flooding and management of mitigation measures when modifying a site. This will also include the potential impact of flooding further up or downstream of the site.
Our flood risk assessment reports (FRA) outline the risks and mitigation measurements taken for each specific site. The reports outline the potential sources of flooding, site specific risks, consequences, EA requirements and strategic flood risk assessment’s (SFRA) requirements, recommendations and guidelines.
The complexity of the report will depend on the type of development and which flood zone the site lies in.
Typically, clients must carry out a flood risk assessment if the proposed works include developments: