Client: Ameco Duration: Various (2000-present) Value: Various (£1,500 - £120,000) Tags: civil engineering, marine engineering


Mumbles Pier is a Victorian structure stretching 225 meters out into Mumbles Bay. The Pier is used as a popular fishing point or to enjoy the finest views of Mumbles Bay, The Lighthouse and Port Talbot. The Pier also carries a fully functioning lifeboat station which has just been newly constructed.


Kaymac have been involved in the continuing maintenance of the Pier for a number of years offering a wide range of services including the following:

  • Removal, disposal and replacement of localised sections of the main timber decking
  • Repair/replacement and maintenance of steel members
  • Replacement of diagonal tie bars
  • Annual Structural Inspections and surveys
  • Installation of alternate Kittiwake nesting stations to allow the new RNLI Station to be constructed
  • Removal, refurbishment and replacement of steel piles and associated connectors.

Kaymac continue to have a successful working relationship with Ameco and hope to be involved in the exciting and extensive Pier refurbishment which is due to take place over the next few years.


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