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Twelve columns support roof over 250,000 sq ft area

Twelve columns support roof over 250,000 sq ft area

Because their premises near Lambeth Bridge, London, were inadequate for their needs, W. H. Smith & Sons Ltd, the well-known booksellers..

May 10, 2017
News in Brief – March 2015

News in Brief – March 2015

The final part of Swindon’s steel framed £16.6M Regent Circus scheme – a six-screen Cineworld – has opened completing the town..

March 2, 2015
Steel supports retail development

Steel supports retail development

A major retail led regeneration scheme is set to revitalise a five acre former college campus site in Swindon town centre. Wiltshire’s..

January 27, 2014
Big is best for distribution

Big is best for distribution

A new eco-friendly distribution centre for B&Q is rapidly taking shape on the outskirts of Swindon. NSC reports on a project where..

April 1, 2011
Expansion work drives the car industry forward

Expansion work drives the car industry forward

Caunton Engineering has completed three steelwork projects for Honda at its main UK manufacturing site in Swindon. More than 190t..

May 1, 2009
Caunton builds Honda extension

Caunton builds Honda extension

A major expansion project at Honda’s car manufacturing plant in Swindon has recently been completed by Caunton Engineering. During a..

November 1, 2006

Sustainability in action

Steel’s sustainability has been demonstrated on a recent collaboration between Caunton Engineering and Honda Manufacturing. At Honda’s..

July 1, 2006
Honda selects design and build

Honda selects design and build

A prestigious business park is rapidly expanding with two new steel warehouses, one a design build unit for Honda and the other Swindon’s..

April 1, 2006
Caunton helps Honda accelerate

Caunton helps Honda accelerate

Honda UK’s record production of 193,000 cars in 2004, up nearly 5% on previous years, was all the more remarkable for being achieved..

March 1, 2005