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Stratford Waterfront Level 12 Concrete Planters

The East Bank project, situated in the iconic Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, represents a significant ambition to complement London's major cultural and education centres. As part of this monumental initiative, Shay Murtagh was entrusted with a specialised role at the London College of Fashion.

Shay Murtagh's involvement in the project encompassed:

  • Bespoke Design: Shay Murtagh's team meticulously designed precast concrete planters and seating units tailored to the aesthetic and functional requirements of Level 12 of the London College of Fashion.
  • Quality Craftsmanship: Recognizing the importance of durability and style, our precast concrete planters and seating units were crafted to seamlessly integrate with the college's modern architecture and design ethos.
  • Collaboration: Working in tandem with the project's main stakeholders, Shay Murtagh ensured that the precast concrete planters on Level 12 enhanced the overall ambiance and usability of the space.

East Bank, supported by the Mayor of London and part-funded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, aims to stand alongside renowned cultural and education hubs like the South Bank, South Kensington's museum cluster, and the Knowledge Quarter around King's Cross and Bloomsbury.

Shay Murtagh Precast is proud to have played a role in this transformative project, contributing to the enhancement of the London College of Fashion and the broader vision of the East Bank with our precast concrete planters on level 12.

To sum it up, Shay Murtagh's role in the East Bank project showcases our ability to seamlessly integrate bespoke concrete planters and seating units into modern architectural designs. Our work on Level 12 at the London College of Fashion is a clear demonstration of our dedication to excellence. If you envision a project that requires the touch of seasoned professionals, contact Shay Murtagh Precast today. We're here to bring your vision to life.

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