MNV constructed a rock wall along the bank of the River South Tyne in Northumberland. The bank is 4m high and it had been eroding towards a footbridge and road. 1700 tonnes of quarry rock was used to prevent furtehr erosion.
MNV carried out emergency bank protection works to protect a gas pipeline which was in danger of collapsing into the river. 2500 tonnes of rock was used to infill scour holes and protect the bank. The pipeline could then be safely moved to a new location.
MNV completed the construction of a rock ramp fish pass downstream of the Glaisdale ford for the North York Moors National Park. The river channel had been washed out by recent floods preventing fish migration.The ford was stabilised and a rock ramp constructed using 1 to 2 tonne boulders with a channel down the centre for the fish to move upstream and smolts to move downstream.
MNV undertook the design and construction of river bank stabilisation on the Pow Burn for Glasgow Prestwick Airport. The work was completed using log terracing to protect the bank with the logs placed around existing services and mature trees and all anchored into the bank with earth anchors.