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The M6 junction 19 improvement works is a £43 million Highways England scheme, which forms part of a collection of projects designed to improve connections between Cheshire and South Manchester.
Junction 19 is a section currently used by over 65,000 vehicles each day and as such is in need of improvement to meet an expected increase in traffic.
This increase will grow as it now enters from the M6 and the A556, as well as any increase from Manchester Airport expansion and the development of the Wythenshawe MediPark.
The project to redevelop the motorway section is being undertaken by joint venture, Amey Sir Robert McAlpine, who awarded the piling and foundation works to Bauer Technologies, a subsidiary of the BAUER Group.