Category: Bridge Beams

28August2017

Brook Lane Bridge – Cheshire

Shay Murtagh Precast were contracted by J Murphy and Sons to supply precast concrete units for the Brook Lane Bridge project in Cheshire. The improvements are included in Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan to provide safer and more reliable services to the public. The replacement of the bridge will mean less future maintenance. The upgrade
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15August2017

LLandevenny bridge Monmouthshire, Wales

Bam Nuttall contracted Shay Murtagh to work on the replacement of the LLandevenny bridge in Monmouthshire, Wales. The bridge in question required demolition and complete reconstruction as it was too low to provide sufficient clearance for the instalment of overhead lines, which would enable new electric trains to operate. The bridge alongside a number of
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07March2017

Chelmer Viaduct

The Chelmer Viaduct project is a £28m investment by Chelmsford City Council to increase capacity along the viaduct, reducing congestion and making the road safer.
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03February2017

Whitley Junction – Costain

Shay Murtagh Precast were contracted by Costain to be their supplier for all precast units on the complex Whitley Junction Improvement works in Coventry.
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02February2017

Ordsall Chord – Northern Hub

Shay Murtagh Precast recently manufactured and delivered precast under ringing arches, bridge beams and cill units for the Ordsall Chord works being undertaken by the Skanska BAM JV on behalf of Network Rail.
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06December2016

Hucknall Overbridge

Shay Murtagh Precast recently completed a project for AMCO Rail to design, manufacture and deliver a number of precast concrete units for the Station Road Bridge reconstruction works in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire. The bridge was upgraded as part of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan to deliver reliable infrastructure to the British public. Shay Murtagh manufactured a
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26September2016

Richmond Street Bridge – Ashton under Lyne

Shay Murtagh Precast recently manufactured a number of precast concrete units for J Murphy & Sons, who were contracted to reconstruct Richmond Street Bridge at Ashton under Lyne. The work was carried out as part of Network Rail’s CP5 Structures LNW North programme, a series of targeted reconstruction and upgrade works to railway bridges in
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22August2016

Park Farm Bridge

Shay Murtagh Precast were contracted by Morgan Sindall to manufacture and deliver a number of precast units to Linlithgow in Scotland for the reconstruction of Park Farm Bridge. Park Farm Bridge is one of a series of bridges being rebuilt as part of the Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP), a Scottish Government funded investment worth
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14July2016

Carter’s Bridge

Shay Murtagh Precast were recently contracted by J Murphy & Sons to design and manufacture a number of precast concrete units for Carter’s Bridge Replacement in Garswood, St.Helens. The original bridge had fallen into disrepair and needed to be replaced to comply with current safety standards. The new design consisted of a steel composite bridge
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11August2015

Reconstruction Of Road Bridge – Harcombe Hill, Winterbourne

As part of the Great Western Route Modernisation Programme to transform the main line from London Paddington to Swansea, Harcombe Hill road bridge needed to be reconstructed to accommodate the new trains and electrification structure.
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