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Heads of the Valley Expansion Project

Shay Murtagh is proud to be a part of the Heads of the Valley Expansion Project, a £500 million project located in Aberdare, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales. The project is being executed by FCC, a Welch-Spanish Consortium, and funded by Meridiam. This project is crucial for the improvement of mobility and connectivity in Wales and […]

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Commondale, North York Moors 

An impressive bridge reconstruction job in a stunning location at Commondale in the North York Moors, working with Network Rail. The project included the removal of old riveted steel plate deck and timber waybeams, replaced with new Precast concrete cills, beams and bridge parapet units cast by Shay Murtagh Precast Ltd. These were stitched together […]

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Battersea Power Station Phase 3B

Our sister company Evans Concrete Products Ltd were awarded the Battersea Power Station Phase 3B architectural precast concrete planters project by Maylim. These bespoke planters are located in the Electric Boulevard area and are the continuation of our earlier work on Phase 3A for Careys. We collaborated with Maylim and LDA Design to create eight […]

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Clones Ulster Canal Restoration

A project with Jons Civil Engineering Company Ltd where we partnered through the delivery of culverts to the Clones Ulster Canal Restoration Project in Monaghan.  A complex project consisting of 89 no culverts of varied size & geometries to create a syphon to redirect the drainage beneath the canal.  Main size of culverts are 4.5m […]

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Broadmarsh, Nottingham

Another Step Forward with Evans by Shay Murtagh at Broadmarsh, Nottingham Evans by Shay Murtagh were recently involved in a project at Broadmarsh, Nottingham, which included the construction of two seating amphitheatres at Sussex Street. The project was contracted by Thomas Bow, as part of a broader improvement plan for the area. The project involved […]

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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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Stourbridge Parkfield Road

Stourbridge, a market town in the UK West Midlands, has one unusual claim to fame:  at 1.3 kilometres, the Stourbridge Town Branch Line is claimed (though the claim is hotly disputed) to be the shortest standard-gauge railway line in the world.  It was originally constructed in 1879 to take freight between the main line and […]

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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 twin wall concrete components of the luxurious building in Raheny, Dublin. About the Project This was a […]

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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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