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Energy efficient warehouse

Steelwork has recently been completed on what is described as the most environmentally-friendly distribution centre in Europe. Atlas Ward Structures has …

Rigid frame ensures high-tech distribution

To allow four computer- driven stacking cranes to operate the recently completed Automated Distribution Centre at the Corus Scunthorpe works required a steel …

New distribution centre for Pineham

Working on behalf of main contractor Buckingham Group, Atlas Ward has started work on a new distribution centre in Pineham, near Northampton. Atlas Ward is …

All the right credentials

A new sustainability driven factory is relying on steelwork to provide its required long spans and quick construction time. A brownfield site in Ferrybridge, …

Portal frames new business park

Atlas Ward Structures has recently completed the design, fabrication and erection of three distribution warehouses at the Firstpoint Business Park near …

Warehouse creates a storm

A new distribution centre for ASDA, known as Project Storm, is nearing completion in Doncaster. Located on the Redhouse Interchange, one of the region’s …

Deep piles take the weight for new Corus facility

The new Automated Distribution Centre now under construction for Corus at its Scunthorpe works required an extremely rigid structure to guarantee its …

Portal frames expand software boundaries

Designing one of the UK’s largest ever distribution centres required some close cooperation between Atlas Ward and its software provider. Two adjacent portal …

Morrison relies on quick steel erection

Elland Steel Structures has erected more than 800t of hot and cold rolled steelwork for a new Wm Morrison Supermarkets freezer warehouse and distribution …

Sustainability matters

A new distribution warehouse near Heathrow Airport has fully demonstrated the sustainability of steel. Sustainability is increasingly important in all aspects …

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