Design

Joseph Gallagher have a fully supported in-house design team and partnerships with leading design firms. Meaning we offer the full range of temporary and permanent design works and consultancy for any civil engineering or tunnelling project.

Recent Projects

  • Haywards Heath Drainage

    Joseph Gallagher were contracted by BAM Nuttal to complete shafts and Microtunnelling as part of the new drainage infrastructure for Network Rail.

  • Tolmount Gas Pipeline

    Joseph Gallagher were contracted to design and build the temporary and permanent works for a drive shaft and 146m long microtunnel, as part of the Tolmount Gas Pipeline.

  • A13 National Grid Gas Diversion

    Joseph Gallagher were contracted by Fastflow to undertake diversion works on a high-pressure gas main for National Grid.

  • AG Barr Effluent System

    Joseph Gallagher were appointed to carry out works for creating a new effluent system named “Project Ginger” for AG Barr the makers of the famous Irn Bru.

  • Southall Waterside

    Joseph Gallagher have won Contractor of the Year, concurrently for two years on this project transforming an old gas works site into a luxury development - Southall Waterside.

  • A13 Widening Project

    The A13 Road Widening Project is being delivered by Kier on behalf of Thurrock Council. The works include adding an additional lane in both directions between Orsett and Stanford-le-Hope and replacing four bridges.

  • White Hart Lane

    Joseph Gallagher installed a new pedestrian underpass through the existing viaduct allowing access to both sides of the railway, easing congestion and providing step-free access for passengers.

  • Knightsbridge Station Step Free Access

    Construction of passageways using Traditional Squareworks, permanent works consisting of steel frames encased in concrete or reinforced concrete.

  • Humber Pipeline

    The River Humber Gas Pipeline Replacement Project is a £100m design and build contract issued by National Grid to replace the Feeder 9 high pressure gas pipeline under the River Humber.