After a rigourous review and overhaul of processes and procedures KGAL has secured higher environmental and health & safety standards certification from BM TRADA: ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007.
William Naumann, with us on a three month summer placement, has just been awarded the F V Warnock Prize in mechanical engineering from the Board of Examiners at Belfast University.
KGAL is designing two new radial gates and associated control gear for the Canal & River Trust's vision of a revitalised canal in London's Olympic Park.
Working with HR Wallingford for WAPCOS Ltd., KGAL has contributed to a scoping study for the rehabilitation of Farakka lock in West Bengal.
Our most recently completed project for the Port of Milford Haven was for the design of a new pair of lock mitre gates and the related mechanical and electrical operating and control gear.
Although, colloquially, KGAL is best known for ‘big things that move’, we occasionally downsize and turn our hand to things far more discreet.
A major infrastructure project (WGIS) supporting Port Salford in North West England requires a new lifting bridge.
KGAL looks forward to announcing higher levels of accreditation for our SHEQ Management System (Safety, Health, Environment and Quality).
Another milestone has been reached at the Xayaburi 1285MW HEP in Lao as water started flowing though the low-level outlet.
Bristol is a developing strategy to make cycling safer. One route crosses a swing bridge and the council asked us to check the impact of a widened bridge on the M&E components.