Our new tug ‘DMS Condor’ has commenced a 9 month charter this month in the beautiful Isle of Skye, off the West coast of Scotland. As part of this project she has double towed two of our spud legged deck pontoons: JML 50 (50m x 14m x 3m) and JML 30 (30m x 11m x 2.5m) to Uig where the harbour is being redeveloped.
We are currently working with clients and main contractors to provide marine support on a project to place scour protection rock under the historic Rockley Point Rail Viaduct. To maintain the safety and security of this viaduct, railway engineers decided to install scour protection using heavy rock infill placed against the retaining walls either side of the bridge to reduce scour and provide a gravity base. Read More
Jenkins Marine has a variety of versatile pontoons and deck cargo barges available, ranging from 70 – 4000 DWT capacity. Often overlooked or underappreciated, these multi-purpose, flat bottom pontoon barges are often the key component in many marine projects. They can be supplied and equipped for a wide range of tasks including crane barge operations, rock carrying, cargo transportation, civil engineering projects, dredge support, pipeline and cable work, and much more. Read More
Jenkins Marine was contracted to carry out the collection and delivery from Lee on Solent of a new mould, built by mould makers Monster Cam, back to the Sunseeker facility in Poole Harbour. The mould will be used for a new line of Sunseeker vessels. Read More
Jenkins Marine Ltd. were contracted to supply and install 17 new piles to form the foundations for a new restaurant development. This project involved both the Doreen Dorward, our 50-tonne crane barge suited for piling projects and the Stour as a piles/materials transportation barge. Both multi-category vessels are perfectly suited for this type of operation. Read More
Jenkins Marine are excited to announce investment in new Prolec dig control system for dredging works. Supplied and installed by locally based James Fisher Prolec, the new electronic dig control system can be programmed with a customer's detailed dredge design profile and existing seabed survey. The excavator operator can control the bucket with much greater accuracy and has a visual display in the cab to show where they are Read More
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the very best for our customers Jenkins Marine regularly reviews the vessels and equipment available for marine projects. The quality and reliability of both vessels and associated plant and machinery can have a huge impact on both cost and, what are often, time sensitive marine projects. Read More
AVON is currently being chartered by ‘Commercial and Specialised Diving’ to provide a working platform for dive teams to undertake underwater condition surveys, monitoring and maintenance work for a selection of marine infrastructure projects. Read More