our showcase projects
Below you’ll find a selection of projects that demonstrate our multi-displinary solutions and globally renowned expertise.
Budleigh Salterton Cricket Club
Liverpool Rain Garden The project utilised expertise from across the STRI Group, with design from STRI and our environmental company EPG, and build from our construction division Carrick Construction. The rain garden was implemented along the pavement of an existing road at Upper Pitt Street, near the Baltic Quarter, transforming the stark and somewhat uninspiring street into a miniature green oasis.
World Cup 2022 Aspire Sports Turf, a joint venture between STRI & Aspire Zone Foundation was launched in 2015 to bolster sports turf expertise in Qatar. In the months following the launch, AST were awarded the design, construction supervision and maintenance supervision of all pitches for the 2022 World Cup.
Saudi Cup STRI was honoured to be selected by The Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia - on behalf of his Excellency Prince Bandar bin Khalid Al Faisal.
Ilkley Lawn Tennis & Squash Club STRI was first engaged with Ilkley Tennis Club as part of an ongoing relationship with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) following the longstanding provision of consultancy, research and tournament support services to The All England Club.
Harrogate Town AFC The excitement of a potential long-awaited promotion to League 2 was met with a realisation that there’d be some big changes needed at the club to conform to EFL rules should they achieve it – one of which being that their synthetic home pitch would need to be replaced with a natural turf pitch.
Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club Cleobury Mortimer is a 27 hole parkland golf course situated in Shropshire, with aspirations to secure the year-round playability of the course through a fully bespoke drainage design and installation.
Bruntwood Blue-Green Roof Bruntwood Works' aim is to make their stylish office buildings as sustainable as possible, both inside and out. Therefore, the blue-green roof was retrofitted onto an existing roof and utilised Polypipe’s Polysync and Permavoid systems.
Northern Roots EPG, part of STRI Group, were commissioned to undertake a feasibility assessment that would detail the possibility of reopening a park on the site of a 16-acre disused site in Oldham. The area was split between landfill and heavy machinery storage and had been left to overgrow for 100 years.
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We are committed to climate sensitivity and restoring our ecosystems and habitats. It is embedded in our vision, values and within every design and solution we develop and deliver. We recognise that we have the opportunity to make a long lasting difference and sustainable impact on the built and natural environment, future proofing our places and spaces, and addressing some of the environmental and economic challenges posed by climate change.