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    The RNLI


    Brixham, Devon



    Knights Brown was appointed to remove the redundant pontoon, serving the Severn class all-weather lifeboat, and to replace it with a new design of pontoon that would remain fully functional in the worst weather and tide conditions.

    The RNLI lifeboat station remained in service 24 hours a day throughout the contract. Access to the slipway for the inshore lifeboat was always maintained. To assist this, material supplies were delivered by sea wherever possible and works were carefully sequenced with daily communication taking place with the RNLI crews.

    The project won a Silver award in the National Considerate Constructors Site Awards in 2017.

    our sectors

    Malcolm & I would like to thank yourself and Guy for working with us and our design team in delivering a superb finished product for FloPlast that we are very proud of and which has been much admired by our customers on site visits.  So far so good, we are finding our operational feet on the site and it all appears to be working well.

    - Bryan Lynch, Floplast

    Site staff were pleased to have had Knights Brown on the team, they were proactive from day one to the end towards potential issues and responsive to a changing site environment for works.

    - David Sheldon, Cummins

    Knights Brown performed very well on this project in terms of quality, cost and time. The team worked very well as part of an integrated delivery team with the Employer to the benefit of the project

    - Marc Bryan, Portsmouth City Council