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News in brief: February 2019

McLaughlin & Harvey has awarded Caunton Engineering the steelwork contract for a £114M distribution hub for United Parcel Service at East Midlands …

Steelwork continues apace on St James retail scheme

A major transformation is taking place in Edinburgh city centre as the St James Centre continues to take shape. The project will reinvigorate the city’s East …

Steel milestone reached at Rochdale town centre

Rochdale’s Riverside development has reached a significant milestone as the steel frame for the project’s centerpiece cinema block has been completed. …

Work starts on Chorley retail and leisure scheme

Eric Wright Group is set to start work on a £12M development to extend the Market Walk shopping centre in Chorley, Lancashire. The eight-unit development will …

Drake leisure scheme sails into port

Offering 12 cinema screens and a host of retail and restaurant outlets, the Drake Circus leisure development is set to transform the site of a previously …

Steel stars at Irish cinema

The city of Kilkenny will soon have a new 10-screen cinema complex, as construction work is currently progressing apace on the site of a former cattle market. …

Sport in the frame

York’s Community Stadium will host football and rugby league, as well as providing an array of leisure facilities and a 13-screen cinema. Martin Cooper …

Plymouth scheme will transform city centre

Structural steelwork for the Drake Circus development in Plymouth city centre is rapidly taking shape and the project is due to complete in autumn 2019. The …

New home for York’s sports teams under way

York’s professional football and rugby league teams (York City and York Knights) will both have a new home to share from next summer as an 8,000-seat …

Ten-screen cinema for Kilkenny

Structural steelwork is going up for a new ten-screen cinema complex in Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland. Designed by locally-based Brian Dunlop Architects, the …

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