We have recently completed the 1800m long Lyminster Bypass, South for Persimmon. Last week saw the opening ceremony with representatives of Persimmon, Littlehampton Town Council, Arun District Council , West Sussex County Council and Breheny Civil Engineering Staff. Work also included two bridges over Toddington Lane and the Brighton to Portsmouth Railway line. The photos show the cutting of the…
Our Doncaster Team are currently working for the Environment Agency @envagencyYNE reconditioning the embankment at Ash Villa as part of the Yorkshire Asset Recovery Package Part 2
Our excavator driver Lewis Jarman has entered the Excavator Hero competition 2022 this year after a very successful journey to the semi finals last year. Lewis is incredibly talented behind the levers and it would be amazing to see him in the final of this year’s competition and with our votes I am sure he can go all the way. Please take two minutes of…
Day 1 of the culvert install at Priors Hall in Corby.
We have recently completed a new junction at Meath Green in Horley, Surrey. Connecting up two separate developments as part of a Section 278 agreement.
Breheny are pleased to support the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity and the vital work that they do.
We have recently completed our Fish Pass project at Godmanchester. Now Complete, the pass will allow Fish to migrate through the Great Ouse catchment. The finishing works have further enhanced the surrounding area and river frontage. Well done to all involved. Looking forward to the official opening.
All of Breheny Civil Engineering wishes Her Majesty The Queen a wonderful Platinum Jubilee.
Scaffold Crash Deck constructed at Forge Island in Rotherham, ready for the taking up of concrete deck sections prior to the removal of the box girder bridge over the River Don. All part of the Don Street Pumping Station project.
We have been working on the Broad Ings slip repair, delivered on behalf of Envagency as part of the Asset Recovery Package. The scheme is to repair a large earthworks slip caused by the Storm Desmond Flooding where the berm has eroded to the toe of the flood bank. We have installed a rock roll revetment to support the toe…
We are very pleased to have had our Institution of Civil Engineers Training Scheme reapproved until March 2027. We will continue to train the next generation of Civil Engineers at Technician, Incorporated and Chartered levels.
We have been working for the Environment Agency at Park Wood Car Park in Hellingly near Hailsham in East Sussex. We have rectified a flooding problem in the car park by installing Cellpave which provides a stable and safe surface for users to park cars and begin their walks.