Cardiff City Centre Improvement Works
Following our success on the first phase of the works we continued moving up the High Street and onto St Mary's Street. The Project is now complete, we completed the paving on High Street, St Mary's Street, the Cardiff Castle Road crossing and entrance, Womanby Street, Quay Street and Guildford Crescent.
We completed over 11,000m2 in total
Cardiff redevelopment opening ceremony
Posted on Wednesday 14th December 2011
EJ McGrath complete our work in Cardiff's High Street & St Mary's Street for the Castle Quarter renovation scheme. Over the past 18 months we have installed over 11,000m2 of paving,
including around the newly restored Pierhead Clock.
Cardiff council leader Rodney Berman said he hoped the clock would become a focal point and a meeting place in the newly-paved pedestrianised city centre Castle Quarter.
The Pierhead Clock was unveiled in a ceremony at the junction of St Mary Street and Wood Street, which also marked the completion of the Castle Quarter pedestrianisation scheme.
Hundreds gathered to welcome the clock home and watch the ceremony in the city centre yesterday afternoon.
Our customer says...
EJ McGrath have maintained a high standard in delivering the finished product. They are a professional company through from Directors down to the operatives on site. They have achieved their goals within a tight programme while maintaining high levels of quality and safety.
James Dennehy, Birse Civils Quantity Surveyor, Cardiff High Street/St. Mary’s Street improvement works
Materials used on site
- Various types of Chinese Granite Paving
- Granite Setts
- Granite Kerbs and Channels of various sizes and finishes.