Ashleigh were appointed by Aberdeen Harbour Board in July 2020 to undertake remedials to and completion of works not completed by Dragados on the North Breakwater
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed in March 2018 by Dragados UK Ltd to continue with and complete the last 440m of the 620m long North Breakwater
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by Boskalis Westminster Ltd to haul and place dredged rock to the Reclamation Area and to construct the Rock Armoured perimeter Revetment
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by Belfast Harbour Commissioners to dredge and store TBT Contaminated Silts within a new containment Bund
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by Dong Energy and Scottish Renewables to carry out the seabed protection repairs to allow the safe operation of the Jack-Up Platforms for the offshore renewables energy sector.
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by Mid & East Antrim Council to undertake dredging and sea disposal from the Harbour & Marina areas
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by Greenore Port Ltd to dredge rock by underwater breaking to deepen the Berth to -7.5m CD
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by McLaughlin & Harvey to undertake the remedials to the East Runway Extension with an X Bloc solution
Ashleigh Contracst were appointed by Dredging International to undertake the construciton of the Pahse 2 Reclamation Bund and the rock armoured Revetment
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by Galliford Try to undertake the coastal defence elements of the new flood protection measures including an upgraded tidal Training Wall and Rock Armour protection to the new Flood Wall
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by the Lagan/Sisk JV to undertake all the Marine Revetments and Breakwater protection works
Ashleigh Contracts were appointed by Westminster Dredging to construct the new Breakwater and create the new Reclamation Area with dredged material
Following Dragados UK Ltd's withdrawal as Main Contractor for the Aberdeen Harbour Expansion Project in June 2020, Ashleigh Contracts secured a £1.6m Main Contract working directly for Aberdeen Harbour Board to complete sections of the North Breakwater not completed by Dragados and to undertake some remedial and additional works associated with the North Breakwater.Read more
Ashleigh Contracts featured heavily in Earthmovers publication of April 2019 for their involvement with the recently completed Peterhead Harbour projectRead more
Construction of the North Breakwater on the new £325m AHEP development
Revetments, Dredge Retrieval & Reclamation at Peterhead Harbour
Coastal Defences at Fort Cumberland, Portsmouth
Plant Hire for Deep Slurry Wall Excavations
Ashleigh Contracts attempt as far as possible to carry out all contracts works using their own range of specialist marine civil engineering plant & equipment and keep a core staff of experienced management and skilled operatives who operate as distinct teams on projects throughout the UK and Ireland.
We strive to be recognised as a leading specialist marine civil engineering contractor operating throughout the UK and Ireland. We adhere to our Core Values of Respect, Integrity, Ethics, Quality, Health & Safety, Environmental Management and Accountability. We will strive to achieve our Vision for the company by the management and continuous improvement of our Team. We place a heavy emphasis on the Training & retention of experienced and highly skilled employees who are proud of their work and loyal to our company's objectives.
Ashleigh Contracts support Diabetes UK for their research and advice given to many people with diabetes and their educational programme to try to prevent and bring greater awareness of this condition in the population
Ashleigh Contracts support the work undertaken by WaterAid in bringing freshwater supplies to over 34 countries worldwide and helping transform millions of lives every year by improving access to clean water, toilets and hygiene.
Ashleigh Contracts support the valuable work undertaken by the Salvation Army in the local community in Bangor - whose work supports those families in need especially arising from the Covid-19 pandemic