Combining new build and building refurbishment works with works to waterways, high quality paving, soft landscaping and heritage restoration including work to bandstands, historic shelters, gates and monuments. Our team work sympathetically, focused on maintaining the history of the parks and protecting heritage features.
Working within live park environments requires effective stakeholder liaison and the implementation of detailed Pedestrian Management Plans to ensure the safety of the general public. We spend time programming the works to best fit with park events, minimising disruption for local communities.
“Casey have undertaken a complex and varied park restoration project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, at Cliffe Castle Park in Keighley. The work was completed on time in agreed budgets to a high standard. I would have no hesitation in recommending the company for other projects of a similar nature.”
Mick Priestley, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council
A Victorian city park once regarded as the ‘green lungs’ of the city of Stoke, Grade II* listed in recognition of its historical importance, benefited from a multi-million pound Heritage Lottery Funded makeover. Hanley Park was regenerated through an exciting, comprehensive restoration scheme. The project enabled the park to re-establish itself as a successful, high quality visitor attraction of regional importance, providing high quality visitor facilities such as the Main Pavilion and Boathouse.
The scheme incorporated restoration works to both Beacon Park and Minister Pool for Lichfield District Council. The £3.5m project required hard and soft landscaping, monument and balustrade stonework restoration and the construction of three new buildings. A Sports Pavilion for the Bowling Club, a 1400 sq ft Cafeteria and an extension to a sports facility to provide offices, changing rooms, and shower block were built in the park following demolition of existing buildings. A Children's themed adventure play ground was also upgraded and extended with new equipment and layouts.
Following approval of a Heritage Lottery Fund grant, the aim of the Stamford Park project was to restore the Grade II listed park, providing modern facilities to improve the overall public attraction.
Originally constructed in 1921, Memorial Park is one of only four parks in the UK built to commemorate the fallen during WW1. Works comprised the restoration of the historic park and gateways including landscaping, fencing, hard pavings, restoration of the memorial and associated gateways...
The restoration project at West Smethwick Park was partially funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and aims to increase community engagement by providing a more accessible area for use by local groups and residents. Our scope of works involved the repair and reinstatement of park wide footpaths, installation of new site furniture, new railings and gates, soft landscaping...
The Mary Stevens Park restoration project was a scheme which was in the pipeline for numerous years with an extensive grant application process. It was essential to the Client that the project was delivered to the highest levels of quality, reflecting the importance of the scheme to the local community. Utilising our ISO 9001 accredited Quality Management System, we adopted a ‘zero defects’ policy, aligning our quality standards with the Client’s vision, delivering the scheme to their full satisfaction. The project success is now being realised as community involvement in the park has soared with visitors increasing by 42% over the past five years.
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), the aim of the Boultham Park scheme was to revitalise a park loved by local residents, restoring features and driving local investment by developing new facilities.
Following approval of a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Grant, the aim of the Cliffe Castle Park project was to regenerate the historic park with the design and construction of a new community hub by reconstructing the Glass House Café and creating a new animal sanctuary. The scheme incorporated botanical garden landscaping and the construction of new terrace areas around the café improving public access with DDA compliant ramps and steps. The parks boundary walls were also repaired and refurbished utilising local materials.
On behalf of Sheffield City Council our team completed the Sheffield General Cemetery restoration project which was part of the £3.8 million programme of repair and conservation works funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Parks for People Programme. The overall project aim was to protect the future of Sheffield General Cemetery Heritage Park as a heritage rich, biodiverse, public park close to the city centre to ensure that it can be enjoyed and cared for by current and future generations. Our scope of works included restoration work to the historic catacombs, boundary and internal walls, memorials, paths, signage, lighting, handrails and planting.