Archive for 2011

Shay Murtagh Precast Ltd.
24October2011

New Features at Shay Murtagh.co.uk

Shay Murtagh Precast like to evolve as the precast concrete market demands and with that so does our services.  Our website Shaymurtagh.co.uk is a critical link to our Clients and keeps them informed of latest exhibitions, projects and new products through our news broadcasts. On request we have created a sign up for the Blog

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 24 Oct 2011  0 Comments
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06October2011

Pre-stressed Bridge Beams for Haxton Bridge

Ringway Construction appointed Shay Murtagh Precast to manufacture bridge beams for the Haxton Bridge Project. We manufactured the precast elements which assembled consisted of nine internal solid pre-stressed box beams and two outer pre-stressed edge beams which were 15.4m long. The internal beams were 495mm wide by 700mm deep and weighed 11.4T.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 06 Oct 2011  0 Comments
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New edition of Bridge Beam Technical Manual Underway
27September2011

New Bridge Beam Technical Manual is under construction

TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR PRE-STRESSED CONCRETE BRIDGE BEAMS The Next Edition The Shay Murtagh Technical Manual for Pre-stressed Concrete Bridge Beams was released in January of 2011 and has been very well received within the industry.

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  • Posted by William McGovern  Posted on 27 Sep 2011  0 Comments
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15September2011

Concrete Septic Tank – Assessed and Certified

With the new proposed EU and Government legislation in relation to septic tanks due to come into force over the coming months Shay Murtagh Precast have undergone rigorous testing of our septic tank unit.  The units were tested and certified to the new standard EN12566 Part 1.

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01September2011

Bridge Beams for Kilmallock OB292m Overbridge

Shay Murtagh Precast are long standing precast concrete suppliers to Irish Rail. In June 2011 we supplied three portal frame assemblies for a new overbridge at Kilmallock, Co Limerick to the main contractor PJ Hegarty and Sons. Each portal assembly consisted of an inverted U-shaped portal bridge unit which was supported on two base leg

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18August2011

Spectator Stand for Coralstown/Kinnegad GAA

Shay Murtagh Precast recently completed a spectator stand for Coralstown / Kinnegad GAA . The stand represents the pinnacle in the club’s recent development of facilities which are now considered one of the best in the County.

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  • Posted by Fintan Moore  Posted on 18 Aug 2011  0 Comments
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04August2011

FP McCann – Irish salt mines

Shay Murtagh Precast recently manufactured and supplied U-channel and cover slab units to Irish Salt Mines Project to main contractors FP McCann Ltd.. The U-section and cover slab formed a reclaim tunnel at the Irish Salt Mines Kilroot facility in Carrickfergus. The units supplied to date complete Phase 01 of the works with over 75

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  • Posted by Jim Leavy  Posted on 04 Aug 2011  0 Comments
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08July2011

Irish Rail – UB702 Portal Frame (774)

Shay Murtagh supplied seven portal frame assemblies for this project. Each portal assembly consisted of an inverted U-shaped roof unit which bears onto two wall leg base units. Each portal roof weighed 30T and each base leg unit weighed 8T. The overall size of the portal was 6.52m high by 11.7m wide. A longitudinal rebate

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 08 Jul 2011  0 Comments
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29June2011

Bridge Beams for Dalmarnock Station Road

A new bridge has been constructed over the existing Dalmarnock Station Road Bridge in Glasgow. Glasgow City Council were Project Designers with the main contractor being Carillion Civil Engineering   under contract to Network Rail.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 29 Jun 2011  0 Comments
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