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The call of the open sea.

January 27, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
While January might be the month you've choose to batten down the hatches and hibernate, for some of us the call of the open sea is too strong! While the bitter winds were blowing and the driving sleet was coming down we were down on the Mersey Gateway Project for the monthly progress shots. We spent the day capturing progress of the bridge constru...
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A new bridge for the River Mersey.

October 24, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
When I first started working for Walker Ellis Associates about five years ago the Mersey Gateway project was on my radar and over the years I've followed it's developing status. It's case had been in the pipeline for 15 years so we weren't the only ones to be delighted when it finally got the go ahead. We'd spent a long time following the project a...
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Capturing aerial images and surveying data for the Heysham to M6 Link Road.

August 27, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
We here at Walker Ellis Associates are certainly seeing a turn in the economy with some major contracts that we've been following for many years getting the green light. The Heysham to M6 Link Road is finally underway, Costain had an Early Contractor Involvement arrangement for the £124.5 million project and we've been commissioned to deliver image...
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"These are stunning!!!!!!!!" Countdown to the Commonwealth Games 2014.

July 15, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
'These are stunning!!!!!!!! Everyone has been gathered round my PC and the general reaction is WOW!’ Jim Clark, Senior Manager for Communications at Clyde Gateway on our aerial photographs of the Regeneration project. With only days to go all eyes are on Glasgow for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. We are delighted to have been involved having tracke...
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Professor Brian Cox opens the Sellafield Story at the Beacon museum, Whitehaven

June 04, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
The Beacon Museum in Whitehaven was facing closure until one of our clients, Sellafield Ltd. stepped in and pledged £1.6m over the next five years. A whole floor has now been dedicated to the Sellafield Story, a journey through the last 60 years of nuclear energy in West Cumbria. The exhibition offers hands on experience with lively interaction ma...
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