Nuttall John Martin wins £2.2million restoration project

25 September 2008 21:26 - BAM Nuttall Ltd

Camberley, 25 September 2008 - Nuttall John Martin has been awarded a £2.2 million contract by Southend-on-Sea Borough Council to restore Southend Pier.

Southend Pier is the longest pleasure pier in the world at 1.33 miles, the project involves restoration of some 100 metres of fire damaged pier, removing damaged material and installing primary, secondary beams and timber decking.
The project will begin Mid September and will run for 32 weeks. This scheme will also involve alterations to the existing light railway, installing of associated buildings including M&E installation.

Nuttall John Martin is a wholly owned subsidiary of Edmund Nuttall Ltd with a rich heritage in Marine Civil engineering. Nuttall is one of the UK's leading civil engineering contractors, with a current turnover approaching £600 million. The company operates throughout the country and has a strong regional presence with over 20 offices and plant depots. Nuttall is an operating company of the Dutch based construction company Royal BAM Group, which reported for 2007 a consolidated net result of € 349 million and a turnover of € 8.95 billion.

Further information: Peter Bishop, Head of Public Relations, 01276 63484