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Beams and Panels for Farringdon Station, London

When this major redevelopment opens, it will form a vital part of the massive Crossrail project, linking stations from Reading to the west to three of London’s five airports (Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton), the home counties, and the financial districts of the City of London and Canary Wharf. BAM Nuttall was awarded the £200 million […]

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New Safety and Installation practices for UK Railway Structures

Shay Murtagh Precast paving the way in facilitating new innovative Safety and Installation practices for UK Railway Structures Shay Murtagh Precast recently constructed the Trial Erection for Bromham Road in Bedford an impressive double span structure 21m long and over 12m wide. This unique Trial Erection was one of the first of its kind in […]

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Final Settlement Tank Structure For Earby WwTW

Yorkshire Water is investing seventeen million pounds in improving its waste water treatment systems across the county.  In particular, it is concentrating on the removal of phosphorus from waste water, a chemical that is environmentally damaging, and can have a serious impact upon aquatic life. Four of its treatment works have been singled out for […]

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Slabs, Beams & Wall Panels for Meridian Water in Edmonton

An important part of a six billion pound regeneration project for Enfield in North London that will see the construction of ten thousand new homes, the Meridian Water railway station replaces the old and somewhat derelict Angel Street on the Lea Valley line, part of the West Anglia mainline.  There are four platforms, but only […]

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Precast Delivered to the Antarctic and Artic

Shay Murtagh has always been international in its outlook, but a recent project extended the company’s work as far as Antarctica. Scientific research in the Antarctic is leading to new discoveries, not only on vital questions about climate change, but also on the ecological history of the world.  Much of this work is carried out […]

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Precast Units For Sydney Road Bridge, Crewe

The work started in October 2018 with the demolition of the old bridge, a two arch brick structure, which was no longer adequate.  It had become a traffic ‘pinch point’ on an important route in Crewe, serving as it does not only the Bentley factory but also Leighton Hospital, and was to be replaced by […]



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