Working for local authorities, education providers and charitable organisations, these schemes have involved managing varying complexities including constrained sites, protecting historical features and overcoming the complications associated with unforeseen ground conditions.
Working collaboratively with design team partners, we deliver high quality paving, hard and soft landscaping, feature lighting, street furniture, structural works such as retaining walls, fencing and street art to transform and regenerate public spaces. Several of our schemes have been awarded BALI Landscaping Awards, testament to our focus on delivering high quality projects.
“Casey have recently completed this project in a busy city centre. It required complex traffic and pedestrian management during the works with constant revisions as works progressed and liaison with Manchester City council and other stakeholders. The overall project was completed to our full satisfaction in terms of quality, methods of working and good business relationships being maintained throughout the scheme which has had a high profile in Manchester’s City Centre”
John Luddington, Project Manager
We were delighted to be appointed as the Main Contractor to deliver this amazing scheme in our home town of Rochdale, on behalf of Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council.
Located in a prestige location amid a wide variety of high profile residential, commercial retail and leisure properties, this highly prestigious public realm scheme was designed to substantially enhance the former Manchester Metropolitan University site by creating a vibrant garden neighbourhood with secret streets, independent food and drink, and a green space for the entire city.
Worsley Delph is a site of international importance in terms of its role in the world’s first Industrial Revolution. The mines at the Delph are the principal reason why the Bridgewater Canal was constructed in 1761 to take coal from the mines into Manchester and beyond.
Using modern contemporary materials drawing on historic themes and design, Casey worked with the client team to transform a space in the centre of Manchester.
The Cathedral Gardens scheme was part of the Connecting Leicester Vision to reveal and connect the city’s unique historic buildings, streets and spaces, creating pedestrian friendly streets, new cycle routes, a new public square and green spaces. The development of Cathedral Gardens and improvements to the adjoining public realm of Peacock Lane provides an attractive open space framing Leicester Cathedral and linking it with the Guildhall and St Martins House.
The major public realm works at Jubilee Square were carried out to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee and were designed to enhance the city centre by the creation of a new Civic Square and public open space, and pedestrian links close to the commercial and retail quarter