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Port St Mary Harbour Improvement Scheme 23 August 2007

The Department of Transport is pleased to announce that Hyder Consulting Limited has been appointed as Project Manager for the Port St Mary Harbour Improvement Scheme.

The Hyder team will be headed by Plymouth-based Ian George, Technical Director of Hyder Consulting (UK) Limited. Mr George has been involved in a wide range of marine and civil engineering projects over the last 16 years, including construction of jetties, harbours, breakwaters and sea walls. He also has experience of Port St Mary harbour as he was involved in the IRIS attenuation tank built adjacent to the base of the Alfred Pier in 2001.

Work on the Harbour Improvement Scheme, to be carried out in conjunction with Department of Transport staff and the Port St Mary Harbour Improvement Consultation Group, is expected to commence shortly in order that the necessary information will be gathered and made available to the public in early 2008.

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