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Cablecraft has been manufacturing and supplying premium brand cable accessories and cable management products for over 20 years. Our products have been used in many prestigous projects around the world, including a number of renovation and restoration projects, adding an historical dimension to our supply chain.


Crossrail is a rail infrastructure project running 100km East to West across London, connecting Shefield and Abbey Wood in the East to Reading and Heathrow in the West. In May 2009, construction on the tunnels, portals and shafts began. They are scheduled to be completed by the end of 2016. Stations are due to be finished by 2018, and the overall project by 2020.

Crossrail is currently Europe's largest construction project, with over 10,000 people working across 40 sites. The project includes 10 new stations and the upgrade of 30 existing stations. The route runs underground as it passes through London utilsing 42km of new tunnels. This aspect of the project is by far the most challenging due to the existing underground infrastructure and the requirement to keep disruption to the public and businesses to a minimum. The tunnelling works are currently 80% complete. 

The Shard 

At 1,016 feet, making it the tallest building in Europe, The Shard provides 900,000 square feet comprising of office space, hotel, residential apartments, restaurants and viewing galleries with unparalleled views of south east England. Located in a busy part of London, the contrained site is in close proximity to London Bridge Station, a hospital, and a fully operational bus station. 

The significant logistical challenges required innovative solutions at every stage. Mace's role evolved from project to construction management. A first in Europe was the jump lift strategy that allowed construction of shafts and installation works to continue above an operational lift. This eliminated the need for hoists and was a fundamental part of Mace's strategy for distributing operatives and materials efficiently and safely around the building.


Dubai Airport Construction

Dubai International is the world's second busiest airport for international passenger traffic. With Concourse A completed and now open, and Concourse 4 under construction, additional terminal space and concourse areas comprising of an extra 340,000 sqm of space will be added.

With the 28 month construction project underway, orders for specified products received from specialist sub-contractors and suppliers, are taking off. As an established supplier to the middle eastern region, we're please to be associated with some of the project teams affiliated with the on-going airport development and expansion.

Our growing product ranges, provide contractors with access to a complete range or cable accessories all from one source.


The Taoyuan International Airport

The Taoyuan International Airport MRT, is a rapid transit system planned to connect Taipei and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, before linking up with the Taoyuan MRT to THSR Taoyuan Station onwards to Zhongli. 

Construction started in 2006 and is scheduled to begin service in December 2015.

The planned route starts from Terminals II of Taoyuan International Airport and extends eastward, passing through Luzhu, Linkou, Guishan, Xinzhuang, Sanchong, and finally terminating in Taipei City. From the airport, it will also extend southward passing by THSR Taoyuan Station before terminating in Zhongli. The route will be 51.03km (31.71 miles) with 7 underground stations, 15 elevated stations and two maintenance depots (Chingpu and Lujhu).