Archive for March 2011

24March2011

NCE Publication of Shetlands Peat Store Project

The Shetlands Peat Store Project was published last week in NCE magazine.  This is one of the largest retaining panel structures in the UK or Ireland. Dimensions of over 600m long, 3 sided retaining wall, 17m in height Shay Murtagh Precast worked closely with Geosystems and main contractor Roadbridge to bring this project to completion

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 24 Mar 2011  0 Comments
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24March2011

Box Bridge Beams for River Lostock Bridge

Shay Murtagh Precast recently manufactured precast bridge beams on behalf of Birse Rail for River Lostock Bridge renewal. The bridge assembly consisted of two internal pre-stressed box beams and two outer pre- stressed edge bridge beams incorporating 1000mm high reinforced concrete parapets. 

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  • Posted by Jim Leavy  Posted on 24 Mar 2011  0 Comments
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22March2011

Concrete Water Storage Tank for SAICA

Spanish Company SAICA are constructing a new container board manufacturing facility on the East side of Partington Village in Manchester UK. This is very large industrial project that has upwards of 500 people working on site. The principal project managers are Christal Management UK and Engineering Consultants for the clients are Spanish company IDOM.

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  • Posted by William McGovern  Posted on 22 Mar 2011  0 Comments
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18March2011

Shay Murtagh to exhibit at IWEX

We are pleased to announce that Shay Murtagh will be exhibiting at the International Water and Effluent Exhibition (IWEX) on stand D16. IWEX will celebrate both it’s 25th anniversary, and its position as the UK’s premier water industry event when it returns to he NEC Birmingham from 24th – 26th May 2011.

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  • Posted by Gillian Murtagh  Posted on 18 Mar 2011  0 Comments
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01March2011

British Water is delighted to welcome Shay Murtagh into membership

British Water is a corporate membership association and has a wide and varied membership covering all sectors of the water industry. From consultants, legal and financial partnerships, manufacturers of equipment and multi-disciplinary contractors to SMEs and independent consultants. 

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  • Posted by Jeremy Bayfield  Posted on 01 Mar 2011  0 Comments
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