The scheme represented an opportunity to build on the success of previous phases of the Colwyn Bay Waterfront Project with the production of a sustainable design that will allow the local environment and communities to thrive and grow.
Expo 2020 Dubai aims to be one of the most sustainable World Expos in history. For its permanent infrastructure assets, the achievement of CEEQUAL Excellent provided credence towards this goal.
The transformation of Dundeeâ€™s waterfront reached a major milestone at the end of February 2016 with the opening to the public of a new road and pavement network constructed by Sir Robert McAlpine.
Colwyn Bay Waterfront Project â€“ Design of Vibrant and Viable Places (VVP) Phase 2 Promenade Enhancements
This project represents Phase 2 of the Colwyn Bay Waterfront Project, a major scheme delivered by Conwy County Borough Council which is intended to secure the long-term protection of Colwyn Bay and provide measures which will assist with the regeneration of the once popular and successful coastal resort.
The Leigh to Ellenbrook guided busway is a 4.5 mile dual track bus rapid transit system. It provides bus infrastructure improvements between Leigh-Salford and Manchester and forms a key part of the wider Â£122m Greater Manchester Bus Priority Package
GMV is an exemplar project, which encapsulates the Governmentâ€™s commitment to sustainable development and the creation of sustainable communities. The CEEQUAL assessment covers Phases 3, 4 & 5 of the GMV development, with Phases 1 & 2 having already been constructed.
Over a five year period there has been quality improvements to the Nottingham Beeston Canal towpath where pedestrian counters and towpath surveys confirm increased levels of activity for both recreational purposes and as a route to work.
The Rhyl Harbour project formed part of a stream that included a sustainable transport bridge, coastal erosion and flood protection works, harbour enhancements and the landscaping of the local areas
The coastal defences along the Colwyn Bay frontage had several key issues to address through developments and improvements. As a result of regular over-topping of the defences, the defences themselves were being negatively impacted, as well as local infrastructure, and the local community through the regular closing of the coast road after storm damage.
The Baltic Triangle scheme was formulated to implement improvements to the public realm in the creative industries location of the Baltic Triangle, an area just outside Liverpool City centre.