UK marina group signs four-year service contract

International marina consultancy firm, Marina Projects, has signed a four-year service contract with Marina Developments Ltd (MDL) for the provisioning of licensing, project management and technical support for its marina dredging and capital works programmes.

MDL owns and operates 19 marinas, predominantly on the south coast of England.
In addition, it also manages through an agent two wholly owned subsidiary businesses: Hythe Marina Village Ltd and Ocean Village Marina Management Company Ltd. Both have a portfolio of property and marina assets.
The agreement covers the full portfolio of marina sites, including those at Hythe and Ocean Village (Southampton).
Two clearly defined work streams have been established: support for the delivery of a dredging campaign to include licensing and project management activities; and programme/project management support for the delivery of the annual capital works programme, including lock shutdowns, infrastructure audit and pontoon replacement projects across the various marina developments.
“The framework agreement with MDL provides both parties with long term benefits and assures MDL of continuity and project delivery,” said Marina Projects managing director Mike Ward. “Furthermore, it demonstrates the breadth of skills and experience that Marina Projects has at its disposal and the benefits of applying that support to an organisation with an extensive marina portfolio such as MDL.”


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