Ordsall Chord | CEEQUAL

Ordsall Chord

The project consisted of the construction and operation of a new 340m two-track line which crosses the River Irwell and the Manchester Inner Ring Road (IRR-Trinity Way).

Forth Replacement Crossing: Queensferry Bridge – Principal Contract

The Forth Replacement Crossing (FRC) is the project behind the Queensferry Crossing, the new road bridge connecting both sides of the Firth of Forth. By adding to the Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge, Transport Scotland has safeguarded one of the most vital connections in Scotland’s transport network. The Queensferry Crossing opened to traffic on 30 August 2017.

A30 Temple to Higher Carblake | CEEQUAL

A30 Temple to Higher Carblake

The A30 Temple to Higher Carblake Improvement is a £60 million highway improvement scheme part funded by Cornwall Council and the Department for Transport.

New Low Level Waste Facility

The project involved the Design and Build of two sub-surface vaults for the disposal of solid low-level radioactive waste from the Dounreay facility. This development is an essential part of the infrastructure needed to complete the decommissioning and closure of the former nuclear research site.

E16 Bagn-Bjørgo, Norway

E16 Bagn–Bjørgo is an 11.1 km stretch of the main road between Norway’s capitol Oslo and the second largest city, Bergen. The project will significantly improve the safety of travellers compared to driving conditions on the old road.

Olympic Park: Media Hub Multi-Storey Car Park | CEEQUAL

Olympic Park: Media Hub Multi-Storey Car Park (MSCP)

The design and construction process responded to the high standards for sustainability set out by the Olympic Delivery Authority, achieving an Excellent Rating under CEEQUAL Version 4 and with a ratified score of 93.3%.

Frodsham Wind Farm

Frodsham Wind Farm is one of England’s largest onshore generating stations, and the largest in the Cheshire region, with an installed capacity of more than 50 MW.

Meadow Lane Waterfront Regeneration

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.

Glenconway Wind Farm

The Glenconway Wind Farm was developed by Gael Force Renewables Ltd, a Joint Venture between McLaughlin & Harvey, Barr and WH Alexander on behalf of the client SSE Renewables.