We have been undertaking physical and ecological surveys for over 70 years. Browse what we have been up to recently.
ABPmer was asked to conduct a geophysical survey in the vicinity of a crab fishery area 12km south of Hastings, East Sussex.
ABPmer was asked to conduct a geophysical survey within aggregate extraction Area 392/393 in fulfilment of a marine licence issued by NRW.
ABPmer was commissioned to undertake an estuarine hydrodynamic and coastal process assessment of the Cruise Hull Project to inform a feasibility study and the start of the marine licence process.
Solent Gateway contracted ABPmer to obtain the necessary consents and permissions to undertake maintenance dredging and disposal around the jetties, shiplift and their approaches.
ABPmer was commissioned by Natural Resources Wales to draft a guidance document for the design and implementation of robust ornithology surveys, to inform assessments for marine licensing and other consenting regimes.
ABPmer undertakes annual hydrographic surveys of the River Hamble to enable the Harbour Authority to maintain its knowledge of water depths and understand any changes.
ABPmer was commissioned to evaluate the hydrodynamic and sedimentary implications of two potential designs for deep-water berthing facilities at Douglas Harbour.
ABPmer is commissioned by Jacobs on behalf of Low Level Waste Repository Limited to inspect the coastline surrounding the LLW Repository site between St Bees and the Ravenglass Estuary.
ABPmer is contracted by Associated British Ports to undertake coastal waterbird monitoring in Southampton Water for baseline characterisation.
ABPmer was commissioned by Welsh Government to address the need for data and knowledge to support marine protection and sustainable use of tidal stream energy, wave energy and aquaculture resources.