With an impressive 25 years’ worth of experience delivering river restoration projects around the UK, including many on the most revered, protected and prestigious chalk river environments on the planet, we know just what it takes to deliver successful river restoration works.
From our earliest professional project delivered on the River Wylye in 1989, Cain Bio-Engineering has gone on to amass an impressive array of river restoration projects, including major works on some of the world’s most prestigious chalk streams and their tributaries across the UK.
Referred to as ‘the River Doctors’ by celebrated author and ‘The Times’ correspondent Brian Clarke, in his 1999 article ‘River Doctor’s to the rescue’, our highly experienced team of professionals provide a full range of services from appraisal through to the design and construction of river restoration works.
We are here to provide you with informed professional advice and to guide you through your project with initial over-the-phone advice (on receipt of your site photos) through to full surveys and engineering designs. Please contact us if you would like more information, or read more about our projects below.
River Avon Chisenbury II – chalk stream restoration
The II phase focused on returning sinuosity and hydro-morphological…
River Test – Bossington reborn
In 2006 and 2010 Natural England (NE) confirmed that…
River Lambourn – Chalk stream restoration and design
To restore an 800m reach of the Lambourn to…
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