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Steel up for Doncaster distribution centre

Working on behalf of Readie Construction, Caunton Engineering has completed the erection of the steel frame for a new 38,000m² speculative distribution centre …

Showing off the past

Accommodating many of Doncaster’s historical relics, a new steel-framed cultural hub has also been designed to surround and exhibit a retained Edwardian …

Steelwork completes at Doncaster cultural centre

Containing 380t of structural steelwork, the frame for the Doncaster Cultural and Learning Centre has been completed by Hambleton Steel. The new steel-framed …

News in Brief: January 2019

ArcelorMittal has updated its slim floor design software CoSFB v1.6 to include the UB and UC range of sections from EN 10365:17. CoSFB allows designers to …

Doncaster high-speed rail campus opens

As part of the government’s efforts to boost rail construction expertise, the Doncaster campus of the National College for High Speed Rail (NCHSR) has …

High speed rail college set to arrive

In anticipation of the construction of high-speed rail infrastructure, a national college to train specialist engineers is being built. Martin Cooper reports …

Lidl announces latest distribution centre

German supermarket chain Lidl will create 500 jobs by building a new 55,700m² distribution centre in Doncaster. Construction of the £70M facility, which is …

News in Brief April 2016

Billington Holdings has announced pre-tax profits of £3.1M for the period ending 31 December 2015, up by 63.2% on the previous year. Revenue increased by …

The Next big thing

A large 25m-high distribution centre for Next is rapidly taking shape on the outskirts of Doncaster. The UK’s distribution centre sector is on the up with a …

Billington Structures to supply steel for Next mega shed

Main contractor Bowmer & Kirkland has awarded Billington Structures the contract to supply 5,000t of steelwork for a mega-warehouse for Next in Doncaster. …

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