What we do - Engineering
Bridging the project gap
  • Bridges with a capacity from five to 120 tonnes
  • Experience of working in remote areas
  • Delivering for multi national companies

Whether it is temporary access links or permanent crossings DMH can bridge the gap.

Over the last five years the company has built a range of bridges for clients in the private and public sector with a project value of up to £80,000 each.

The latest bridges for Les Taylor Construction will ferry water as part of Npower's new Inverlael Hyrdro Electric scheme south of Ullapool.

And near Fort Augustus the company has completed work on three access bridges for RJ McLeod. "Work on these bridges was integral to the success of the wider project we were completing for Scottish and Southern Energy and I was impressed by DMH overall approach to the job" said RJ McLeod's project manager, Ian Hay. Further afield on the Isle of Skye , DMH recently completed a 120 tonne capacity bridge to support access to the 18 turbine, Edinbane Wind Farm development.

Expertise keeps Hydro projects flowing
  • Building Scotland's renewable energy expertise
  • Helping lower carbon emissions
  • Delivering for multinational companies

DMH is providing crucial support to the construction of Scotland's latest hydroelectric project in Glendoe.

The £140m project is being led by Hochtief, one of the world's largest construction groups, with DMH part of the team.

Their engineering support for the project includes; the brackets for lifting the generating turbines into place, steelwork for the railway tracks the tunnelling machinery runs along and complex bracketry for the laser guided drilling system. The site near Loch Ness is the biggest civil engineering project currently underway in Scotland. When complete it will generate 100MW of energy for Scottish and Southern Electricity, enough to power every home in a city the size of Glasgow.


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