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Dawlish Sea Wall

The Damage to Dawlish Sea Wall In February 2014 a violent storm caused widespread damage across the south of England including the Dawlish sea wall. Dawlish, on the South Devon coast was one of the most affected areas. The Dawlish sea wall was overwhelmed and the railway line, which forms an important link in the […]

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Twin Wall System for Tonlegee Road Nursing Home in Dublin

Our Role / Twin Wall System The construction of a large nursing home requires specialist skills in engineering and design, which is why JNP Architects and their contractors, DHD Construction, looked to Shay Murtagh to supply the pre-cast concrete components of the luxurious building in Raheny, Dublin. About the Project This was a design and […]

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The Barking Riverside Extension Project

One of the most ambitious riverside developments in London, the Barking Riverside Extension Project depends for its very existence upon the extension of the London Overground railway line from Barking itself to a new station, Barking Riverside, to be constructed at the heart of the new town. When completed, Barking Riverside Station will have over […]

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Façade Panels for Whitechapel Station, London

Shay Murtagh provided and delivered Façade Panels as part of the huge Crossrail development, Whitechapel Station. The idea of the development is to modernize and extend the station. The project keeps the requirements of retaining the old façade of the station with the new.  The idea of which is to give passengers a modern, light […]

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Precast Beams For London City Airport

Significantly smaller than the giant Heathrow Airport, London City Airport is nevertheless an important transport hub, particularly for the financial sector of the City of London.  The airport needs to expand in order to cater for an estimated two million per annum growth in passengers. The £480 million project involves technological advances that only a […]

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Lift Shaft Box Units for Leeds University

About Leeds University Leeds University was founded in 1874 as the Yorkshire College of Science. In 1984 it merged with Leeds School of Medicine This school was granted its Royal Charter in 1904 by King Edward VII. The University of Leeds is by no means the oldest educational establishment in England. It is one of […]

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4 Metre Wide Deck Units For Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport, the largest and busiest airport in the world. Not surprisingly, upgrades and improvements large and small continue year on year.  As aircraft become larger and heavier, runways and taxiways need extending and strengthening. Strengthened to take the additional strain, and the infrastructure to support the airport itself and those who work there. As […]

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Portal frame units, cill beams and base units for the Cambridge Depot of the Thameslink Portal

One of the biggest transport infrastructure projects of the century, Thameslink. When completed comprise a 115 station main-line system in South East England. It has drawn together some of the finest architects, engineers, designers and construction companies in the field of civil engineering. The Cambridge depot forms a major part of the development. It will […]



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