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Steel pod for Chelsea’s biggest garden

A Kildare company has secured a €150,000 contract to build an elliptical steel structure for celebrity garden designer Diarmuid Gavin’s Chelsea Flower Show exhibit.

14th May, 2011

A Kildare company has secured a €150,000 contract to build an elliptical steel structure for celebrity garden designer Diarmuid Gavin’s Chelsea Flower Show exhibit.

The bright pink structure will be part of Gavin’s Irish Sky Garden, which will be on show to visitors at the Chelsea Flower Show in London from May 24 to 28.

Weighing ten tons, it will be suspended above the garden by a crane and will be raised 40...

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