Our work

The challenge

Working along our sister company HA Civils, HALO was laid on this key junction in Liverpool during the major junction improvement works as part of the Highways Safety Improvement Programme.

The junction sees heavy traffic as a key route in and out of the city and a residential area that hosts two schools – Carleton House Preparatory School on the site of the project and Calderstones School half a mile away.

As a particularly green area with the carriageway lined with trees, the project required preservation of the environment, sustainability and aesthetic of the area whilst improving safety and visibility.


of resurfaced carriageway in innovative low carbon HALO products


of new footway paving

Our work

The solution

In order to offset the unavoidable removal of 10 trees, more than 50 trees were re-planted in the area. A robust tree protection zone was also erected in order to ensure the welfare of the existing trees within the project area.
In further commitment to the environment and as leaders in innovation, our low carbon recycled material HALO was laid during the resurfacing of the site.


of HALO laid


as RAP

“The junction looks well and feedback has been positive. Thanks to everyone who took part in completing this project with no fuss, despite having some appalling weather to contend with”

Stephen Millington, Project Manager - Highways

Our work

The outcome

  • HALO laid: 229t
  • RAP: 51.51t
  • CO2 saving 0.80 tCo2
  • Cars off the road: 0.55

We adapted our processes in order to continue works during the Covid-19 pandemic and the project was completed in June 2020.

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carbon saving


equivalent cars off the road

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