These projects include new road construction, junction improvement works, development of new cycle paths, car park construction, bridge refurbishments, associated drainage, infrastructure and remediation works.
We are committed to working collaboratively with our Clients and other project stakeholders including Statutory Service Providers to ensure highway schemes run smoothly and pose minimal disturbance to road users and the surrounding areas.
Highway & Infrastructure
Highway & Infrastructure
“Casey has delivered the Growth Deal 3 project to a high standard and worked tirelessly during the challenging COVID-19 pandemic.”
Adam Nickson, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council.
Poynton Village Improvement scheme was one of the first “shared space” schemes to be delivered in the UK. The project was designed to significantly change the road layout and traffic flows over the busy A6 road junction, and to provide pedestrians with an improved environment around the retail, residential and commercial areas in the Village Centre.
The project, delivered on behalf of Salford City Council, involved construction of a new 7km off-road path which runs from Monton to Swinton. The route has been significantly upgraded to make it more attractive, safer and accessible for all, whether it’s for cyclists, commuters, dog walkers or wheelchair users.
Delivered within the busy, tourist area of Bowness-on-Windermere, the objective of The Glebe highway improvement scheme was to develop traffic calming measures to make one of Lake District’s most visited areas more accessible by pedestrians, bus, bike or car whilst installing flood prevention measures along the lakeside.
The Growth Deal 3 Highway Improvement scheme includes the widening and upgrade of several roundabouts at major access points along Haslingden Road along with the construction of a new link road connecting Blackamoor Road with Roman Road. The project improved congestion on the Haslingden Road corridor to / from Royal Blackburn Hospital and M65 Junction 5, improved air quality at Blackamoor Junction (which is a designated Air Quality Management Area) and enables further development of employment opportunities.
The Ewood Gyratory project involved the major reconstruction of a main trunk road intersection and the remodelling of the strategic highway network in central Blackburn. Two new access roads and a signalised gyratory roundabout were constructed alongside new pedestrian crossing facilities, all associated drainage and infrastructure including carriageway and footway resurfacing, kerbing and road markings.
New Bailey Street is a section of the A34 which is a strategic, transport interchange route used by a large number of buses, located in the centre of Salford. The primary objective of the scheme was to improve the adjacent highway to provide enhanced infrastructure supporting the New Bailey Development. Other factors driving the project were providing improved facilities for buses and getting infrastructure in place for the anticipated growth in rail passengers from the adjacent Salford Central Station.
Our client’s aspirations for the City Connect 2 project was to improve the cycle lane facilities around the city to provide a Cycle Super-Highway fully integrated with the existing highway system. The intent was to improve signal-controlled junctions for vehicular and cycle traffic as well as improve the pedestrian corridors by realigning junctions to provide safer spaces for all road and footpath users.
Located in Preston’s City Centre, within a high footfall area, this scheme was designed to upgrade the commercial and retail areas, converting an original two-lane through route into a single lane and creating an expanded pedestrian area providing a shared space facility.