Archive for June 2011

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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29June2011

Bridge Beam units for John Street, Glasgow

Shay Murtagh Precast recently supplied  of precast bridge beam units for the upgrading of underbridge 046/065 at John Street, Blantyre, Glasgow. Main contractor Carillion contracted us to manufacture 2 no. Cill units, 2 no. Ground units and 3 no. Portal units for the bridge structure. The most complex element of this project involved the incorporation

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29June2011

Golf Season Open

Bank Holiday Monday 6th July saw the beginning of the Summer Season of Charity Golf Classics in Shay Murtagh Precast Each year we are approached by local groups for the use of the Golf Course for fundraising.  Groups include sports clubs, schools parents councils and charities. On Monday it was a charity event for Killucan

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23June2011

Bowden View Bridge Piers (1014) with Carillion

This project involved the manufacture of an A-frame central reinforced concrete bridge pier to support a two span bridge deck. The frame was manufactured in three sections, namely an inverted top V-section and two lower legs which were then stitched together on site. The cross section dimensions of the units were: 1500mm x 1600mm. The

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01June2011

SML to exhibit at UK AD & Biogas 2011

Visit us at stand 22 at UK AD & Biogas 2011 (6-7 July 2011, NEC)! Shay Murtagh Precast will be exhibiting at UK AD & Biogas 2011, the only trade show in the UK dedicated exclusively to anaerobic digestion and biogas. Organised by ADBA, the trade body for the anaerobic digestion and biogas industry, this

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