2016 October

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26 Oct: The Hub Building

The Hub Building, Manchester Science ParkProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1040" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Marcus Worthington & Co. Ltd CLIENT: Manchester Science Park ARCHITECT: BDP STATUS: Precast supply completed The Innovation Centre, at the centre of Manchester Science Park is a concrete framed, BREEAM Excellent building providing office and low level laboratory accommodation over four floors set around a central atrium,
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26 Oct: Leeds Station Southern Entrance

Leeds Station Southern EntranceProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1037" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Carillion plc CLIENT: Network Rail STATUS: Complete Construction of a £17.3M new entrance to Leeds railway station to give access for over 20,000 passengers a day from the city’s rapidly expanding waterfront area. The building is constructed over the River Aire on two piers created using unique precast
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26 Oct: A41/A4031 Junction Grade Separation

A41/A4031 Junction Grade Separation, West BromwichProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1033" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering CLIENT: Sandwell Metropolitan District Council STATUS: Complete £14.3m scheme in West Bromwich to convert the junction between the A41 and A4031 into a grade separated interchange. The scheme included construction of an underpass formed between secant pile walls, two road over-bridges and
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26 Oct: Nottingham Tramway Phase 2

Nottingham Tramway Phase 2Project Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1030" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Taylor Woodrow Alstom jv CLIENT: Nottingham Express Transit CONSULTANT ENGINEER: Mott MacDonald STATUS: Complete Extension of Nottingham City’s urban tramway system to extend the network to the South and Southwest of the city, more than doubling the size of the existing tram line, with 17.5km of new track and 28
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26 Oct: Olympic Stadium Transformation

Olympic Stadium TransformationProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1027" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Balfour Beatty CLIENT: Olympic Stadium Transformation ARCHITECT: Populous CONSULTANT ENGINEER: Buro Happold STATUS: Complete Following the 2012 London Olympics, the main stadium was transformed to host events such as the 2015 Rugby World Cup and rock concerts before West Ham United made it their home. The transformation relied extensively on precast
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26 Oct: Regent’s Canal Bridge

Regent’s Canal Bridge, King’s Cross, LondonProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1021" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: BAM Nuttal CLIENT: Argent Developments CONSULTANT ENGINEER: Knight Architects STATUS: Complete King’s Cross is one of the largest redevelopments in London. The 67 acre site has a rich history and has a unique setting. What was an underused industrial wasteland is being transformed into a new part
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26 Oct: White Rose Way

White Rose Way – ECML CrossingProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1019" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering CLIENT: Doncaster MBC CONSULTANT ENGINEER: Mott MacDonald STATUS: Complete A £30m road improvement scheme including the dualling of 2km (1,2 miles) of single carriageway, new roundabouts and a new rail bridge. Products Supplied[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"]124 Reinforced Concrete H4A Parapet units to provide vehicle
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26 Oct: Dinsdale Bridge Replacement

Dinsdale Bridge Replacement, County DurhamProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1016" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Carillion plc CLIENT: Network Rail CONSULTANT ENGINEER: Mott MacDonald STATUS: Complete Clearance improvements to allow increased freight capacity and electrification. Products Supplied[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"]15 Network Rail ‘Standard’ Conarch Units, Impost Units and Parapets.
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26 Oct: M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements

M8 M73 M74 Motorway ImprovementsProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1012" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Lagan Ferrovial jv CLIENT: Transport Scotland CONSULTANT ENGINEER: Amey STATUS: In progress A major scheme to upgrade the core of Scotland’s motorway network, designed to boost the country’s economy by improving connections between the commercial centres of Glasgow and Edinburgh and beyond. At the heart of the £500M
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26 Oct: Bermondsey Dive Under

Bermondsey Dive UnderProject Gallery[gem_divider style="2" color="#00b2a9"][gem_gallery gallery_gallery="1009" gallery_type="grid" gallery_style="metro" gaps_size="30" metro_max_row_height="380"]Project Information[gem_divider style="2" color="#ffffff"]CONTRACTOR: Skanska CLIENT: Network Rail CONSULTANT ENGINEER: Ramboll STATUS: Complete In the southeast of London, just 3.5km from the Tower of London, rail lines leaving London Bridge Station toward Kent and Surrey currently cross creating a ‘bottleneck’, severely restricting the network’s capacity. As part of the Thameslink Project, Network Rail commissioned