To enhance the infrastructure and accessibility of wetland habitats to the public, EMEC Land Management can design and construct boardwalks and pond dipping platforms. With experience in a variety of projects (see below) the team can build to suit your needs, be this to accommodate a small look-out or allow for wheelchair accessible pond dipping activities. Previous projects have been focused in Nottinghamshire but the team can travel all across the East Midlands including Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and the Peak District.
In 2014/15 Skylarks Nature Reserve had extensive work carried out enhancing the habitat and infrastructure installation. The site had an old wooden boardwalk/dipping platform which was replaced with a new recycled plastic platform. During summer use the education rangers found it lacking for wheelchair users so EMEC Land Management were contracted to extend the boardwalk into a T shape.
Barkers wood is a part of Bullwell Hall Park on the outskirts of Nottingham City. EMEC Land Management have carried out a variety of tree felling and fencing on the site for the City Council. Barkers Wood has an ephemeral pond and a small dipping platform from recycled plastic boards.