The Strathroy Link Road, constructed on the approach from Omagh to Strabane, was opened in November of last year, to the relief of all concerned. The traffic will now flow smoothly, and both motorists and local business will benefit from the completion of this link to the Derry and Strathroy road. Omagh town councillor Barry […]
When it comes to bridges over rivers, every aspect of construction calls for the highest levels of professionalism and expertise. The fast-flowing river Arun flows through the ancient town of Horsham in West Sussex. Although a rural area, the town is within commuting distance of London, and is close to Gatwick Airport, so is a […]
Shay Murtagh Precast Concrete’s role in the replacement of the old railway bridge at Dredgeman Hill in Haverfordwest was pivotal. Accustomed as the forty year old company is to working to tight schedules, one weekend to remove the old bridge and replace it with a new one posed quite a challenge to the logistics team. […]
Royal Wharf, part of the massive regeneration of the old London docklands, stands to the east of the Isle of Dogs close to the Thames Barrier. This once derelict site, which at one time had some of the worst slums in London, has been transformed by a combination of imaginative design and architecture, far-seeing plans […]
Last Wednesday, May 30th, Structural Research by Shay Murtagh presented at the BIM day in the Polytechnic Institute of Viana do Castelo (www.IPVC.pt). This event on BIM day is an initiative promoted by the ESTG/IPVC Civil & Environmental Engineering Group and carried out in partnership with StratBIM. Structural Research scope was to share the experience gathered during […]
Robswall is on a hill that overlooks the historic town of Malahide and the sea and is less than ten miles from Dublin, so is certainly a place for those who love the east coast of Ireland, but need the convenience of quick access to the capital city. Building luxury homes and apartments here should […]
On Friday 9th March 2018, Liverpool lime street Station unveiled a rejuvenated gift to the public. This was the recreation of what has become known as “The Bullring” Mural with new concrete panels by Evans Precast Concrete. Originally designed by Stephen Broadbent in 1999, this structure marked the rehousing of families from St Andrews Garden tenements […]
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Thursday 8th March 2018, we at Shay Murtagh Precast would like to highlight some of our great team.
Baffinland Iron Mines Corporation on Baffin Island, Canada, is one of the most northern mines in the world with the Mary River Mine extending furthest north. The Mary River Property consists of nine-plus high-grade iron ore deposits that can be mined, crushed, and screened into marketable products giving it a status of the richest iron ore deposits ever discovered.
Between 2019 and 2022, Ireland plans to establish forty-two new schools in order to meet the educational needs of a growing population. Twenty-six of them will be primary schools, and sixteen post-primary or secondary, including the new Malahide National School, the construction of which is now well underway. Educate Together commissioned Ganson Building and Civil […]