Late in 2020 GPS Marine Contractors Ltd made the decision to donate a van to Thames21 and started the hand over process in December, by early January 2021 the hand over was complete and Steve from Thames21 popped down to GPS Marine to collect the van. Please see below for full news story from Thames21’s [...]
GPS Marine contractors Ltd are currently looking to recruit a master for our 2709 Shoalbuster ‘GPS Avenger’. Minimum certification that would be considered for this post would be STCW CoC >200t Rotation – 4 weeks on 4 weeks off. Please send your CV and covering letter to Dan@gpsmarine.co.uk
Our 2209 Eurocarrier ‘GPS Battler’ proceeding down river with 2 loaded hopper barges away from the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project. Barge ‘KG6’ is loaded with 1100t of excavated material from the Chelsea Embankment Site and is the 47th barge from the site. Barge ‘GPS 1610’ is loaded with 1600t of tunnel arisings and is the [...]
‘GPS Avenger’ has safely delivered barges ‘Espera 140’ and ‘Espera 141’ to Le Harve this afternoon. Upon departure from Le Havre the ‘GPS Avenger’ will be free running to Constanta
GPS Avenger’ passing through the Dover Straights enroute from Stellendam to Le Havre with barges ‘Espera 140’ & ‘Espera 141’. After delivery to Le Havre on 22/01/2020 the ‘GPS Avenger’ will proceed to Romania as a free running tug and is looking for any towages enroute to Constanta.
Please see below an exciting video produced by Tideway showing how the Tideway Tunnel Project is using the Thames to transport millions of tonnes of cargo to minimise the Project’s effect on London’s roads and to minimise greenhouse gas emissions.GPS Marine Contractors Ltd. is proud to be the main marine contractor working on the largest [...]
Click the below image to view a report into the environmental, social and community benefits derived from using water transport on 3 major infrastructure projects in London
1 million tonnes of excavated tunnel material removed by barge One million tonnes of excavated tunnel material has been removed from Tideway’s Kirtling Street site by barge. Two tunnel boring machines (TBMs), Millicent and Ursula, are currently working deep below the River Thames driving west and eastbound respectively.