Marval Marine were brought in to carryout a complete refurbishment to this outstanding land mark. Amongst our tasks were scaffolding erection, shot blasting and painting, new fabrication works and replacement glazing. We again used International Paints products to complete this refurbishment. And called in local scaffolding specialists and local glazers to assist us with this project. We carried out shot blasting to the structural frame of the crane prior to application of epoxy systems and satin polyurethane top coats.
Marval Marine worked along side FM Conway in order to carry out a complete over hall of this historic land mark. Marval Marine carried out a full scaffold erection and then proceeded to prepare the existing paint work system and apply International 356 epoxy primer and then applied 2 coats of International Interfine top coat system.
Built in 1864-66 and located deep within the Docklands, where the River Lee meets the River Thames, Marval Marine working with Trinity Buoy Wharf the custodians of the lighthouse restored the light structure to her former glory.
We can carry out all aspects of embankment repairs from repointing, stitching, brick replacement and fender replacement.
This riveted has oil tank was leaking from various rivets. Rather than having the danger of working within the tank we used advanced materials manufactured by Resimac to fix the leaks and then a Resimac epoxy system and a PU top coa. We also repair the bunded bay and recoated this and highlighted the step edges.
Marval Marine's capabilities run further to Marine based activities. Working with Roseville Projects Ltd. Intumescent paint application specialists, Marval sponge blasted the structural steel ready for fireproofing.