News in Brief: June 2018
Specialist metal decking contractor, Composite Profiles has won the national award for Best Company Culture at the Business Excellence Forum & Awards held in Liverpool.
East Ayrshire Council has signed up Morrison Construction to construct a new £59M learning and enterprise campus in Cumnock. The project is said to be one of Scotland’s largest and most ambitious education projects through a two-stage design and build process. The steel-framed complex will consist of four linked structures up to three-storeys high, three school pavilions and a sports centre.
Cheshire County FA, in partnership with Cheshire West and Chester Council and ION Developments, has confirmed its intention to open a unique world-class football facility in Northwich, Cheshire. The site will become a leading centre for the provision of women and girls football and Cheshire County FA has also confirmed that it is in discussions with a Women’s Premier League club to become a partner on what will be a ‘best in class’ football environment.
Computer software producer Trimble supported its client Wentworth House Partnership in raising over £5,000 for charity AHOY in a Thames boat race. The event saw seven staff members from Wentworth make the journey from Greenwich to Dartford Bridge and back, travelling a total of 50km on the River Thames.
Skanska has been awarded the contract to build K1 Knightsbridge, a mixed-use scheme for The Olayan Group worth £141M. The 31,600m2 project combines commercial, residential and retail space in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The Olayan Group’s developer for the project is Chelsfield.