Whitehouse Construction

Forestry England - Minor Civil Engineering Frameworks

Whitehouse construction case study
Ecological management
Environmental benefits
Large number of stakeholders

Creating and maintaining habitats

Shaping and caring for the nation’s forests, Forestry England are responsible for planning and managing regeneration projects across their portfolio. We are instrumental in helping achieve this as part of their Civil Engineering Framework. 

Supporting Forestry England’s responsibility to create and maintain habitats over more than a quarter of a million hectares of land, we deliver projects ranging from access road & public footpath construction, dam revetment works, installation of bird hides and sand martin walls, alongside bridge refurbishment and replacement.

Minimising disruption to visitors

Communicating with Forestry England Rangers is a vital aspect in ensuring no disruption to visitors. Allowing all to continue enjoying the natural environment, we often phase construction and communicate directly with visitors and users of the reserve.

Our work throughout the Framework helps maintain all Forestry England assets and allows the open, public space to be enjoyed for generations to come.

What did they think?

“The project was completed without incident, on budget and on time."

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those involved with the works. The project was completed without incident, on budget and on time. Once again well done to all those that helped delivered the works.

Matthew Wood, Project Engineer

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