MarineSpace has consistently provided applied, timely and cost effective solutions for the marine aggregate sector which have been used to successfully address a wide range of regulatory and management issues
Mark Russell, Director, Marine Aggregates, British Marine Aggregate Producers Association
At Pembroke Port we are working with MarineSpace to have an up to the minute understanding of the marine renewable industry. This helps us to ensure that the infrastructure changes we are investing in, suit the industry needs for wave and tidal development. The benefit of working with Jonny, Joe and the team who have first-hand experience of device consenting, fabrication, deployment and O & M means we can create an environment which allows the industry to grow in Wales.
Claire Palmer, Business Development & Project Manager, Pembroke Port
MarineSpace has been providing services to Hanson Aggregates Marine since 2006. Since I joined Hanson’s marine aggregate dredging operation in 2010, I have found that they always provide honest, well-judged, impartial advice when required, and consistently deliver the agreed products or advice to the agreed timescale and on budget. In addition, MarineSpace offers a collaborative approach where appropriate, and they have worked well with other consultancies and advisors when required. I would have no hesitation in personally recommending MarineSpace to other marine developers.
Dr Nigel Griffiths, Principal Resources Manager, Hanson Aggregates Marine Ltd
MarineSpace are currently providing environmental and consenting support to Transmission Capital Partners Ltd on a number of our OFTO projects, including Gunfleet Sands, Ormonde and Lincs. MarineSpace’s excellent relationships with key marine stakeholders, including key regulatory bodies such as the MMO, enables them to provide us with robust, experience-based advice on a wide range of issues. Work done to date has included environmental assessments in support on new consent applications for cable protection works, through liaison with commercial fishermen on issues related to planned remedial works on existing operational assets.