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Plans revealed for Birmingham logistics park expansion

Developer Prologis and Coltham Developments have announced that they plan to expand Prologis Park Midpoint, Birmingham, to provide more urban logistics …

Ground broken for new Erith distribution centre

Glencar Construction has been appointed by commercial real estate investor and developer Firethorn Trust, to deliver its 8,700m2 logistics scheme, Blueprint …

Plans in for Edgware town centre redevelopment

Developer Ballymore and Transport for London (TfL)’s commercial property company, TTL Properties (TTLP), have formally committed to combine their …

New mental health facility for Islington

Kier has been awarded a contract by Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust to deliver a new £17M mental health facility at 1 Lowther Road in Islington, …

Contract awarded for Oxford science park expansion

Mace has been awarded the initial contract for two new buildings for Oxford University at Begbroke Science Park. The two buildings will contain laboratories …

Three up with steel

A logistics park in south Peterborough is expanding with the construction of a trio of BREEAM ‘Excellent’ distribution

Steelwork stars for Blackpool’s big screen

The use of structural steelwork has provided the long spans and flexibility for a nine-screen cinema complex that also accommodates retail and restaurant …

Industrial project stacks up

Described as a vertical trading estate and delivering 45 units within a four-storey structure, Industria is a pioneering and modern approach to accommodating …

Steel creates Cyclone

Structural steelwork is playing a leading role in the creation of a new and exciting addition to the available attractions at Center Parcs Whinfell

Portal frames for logistics expansion

Steel construction is playing a leading role in a number of redevelopment and logistics projects in Stoke, including a four-span warehouse for the National …

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