Project Description

Client: Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Council

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The schemes aimed to provide “fit for purpose” shared spaces. The regeneration was to promote football within the towns to help boost the trade and economy for both areas.

Works in both towns included:

In Richhill:

  • Excavation and disposal of existing footpath & road surface
  • Paving & kerbing using natural stone
  • New footpath alignments
  • Provision and installation of street furniture & tree planting
  • Road surfacing, ramping, parking & line marking
  • Works to existing services (including lighting)
  • New drainage to connect to existing street drainage/sewers
  • Footpath realignment works
  • Minor engineering works, retaining structures/walls
  • Relocation of the existing War Memorial
  • Minor electrical works

In Keady:

  • Excavation and disposal of existing footpath surface and minor areas road surface
  • Paving & kerbing using concrete slabs and natural stone
  • New footpath alignments
  • Provision and installation of street furniture & tree planting
  • Road surfacing parking & line marking
  • Works to existing services (including lighting)
  • New drainage to connect to existing street drainage/sewers
  • Footpath realignment works
  • Minor engineering works, retaining structures/walls
  • Minor electrical works