The construction of 10,806m2 of public realm and highways infrastructure to transform Barnsley town centre and improve links to businesses, shops and cultural areas.
This project was a major highway and public realm improvement scheme, which formed part of the Liverpool City Centre Movement Strategy Framework.
This scheme comprised construction of a new link road with pedestrian footpaths between Pontefract town centre and the heavily trafficked A639 at junction 32 of the M62.
This project comprised the provision of a new roundabout and link road to join the A61 Derby Road to a new development site.
Re-modelling of an area of Edward Street Park to create a new access road and a high-quality space for the public and for hosting local events and markets.
Provision of a new three arm signal-controlled junction on the heavily-trafficked A64 York Road in Leeds, together with carriageway widening and construction of an access road to serve a new housing estate.
Construction of parkland and a green corridor to transform an inaccessible environmental eyesore into a public open space and to provide an attractive walking and cycling link to the nearby train station.
This 300 acre former mining site was acquired by Gedling Borough Council after British Coal ceased activity in 1991, with the aim of transforming it into a country park.
Conversion of a 22 acre green field site into a fully operational service station at junction 46 of the A1(M) in Wetherby, North Yorkshire.
This complex scheme involved the conversion of an existing roundabout to a traffic signal controlled junction at the A49 Winwick Road intersection with Orford Park.
Major improvements to the streets in Bradford city centre, to aesthetically enhance the city centre environment.
Design and build public realm and highway scheme, which formed the first phase of a regeneration masterplan to create a major new mixed development anchored by a number of new civic facilities in Doncaster.
Regeneration project for The Moor in Sheffield City Centre, undertaken over 2 phases.
This scheme involved complex restoration works to Alum Scar Bridge - a Grade II Listed structure in Lancashire.
This project comprised works to the Five Weirs Walk footbridge near Sheffield city centre.
This Framework consisted of the reconstruction and repair of highways and retaining walls across Kirklees, West Yorkshire. A total of 9 schemes were completed over a 2½ year period.
This scheme comprised bridge widening works to 3 under-bridges, involving the placement of pre-cast concrete beams and concrete and steel-fixing.