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News in Brief February 2021

Scotland-based steelwork contractor AJ Engineering & Construction Services is expanding its premises in a £2.5M investment over the next three years, …

UK’s first waste plastic to fuel facility approved

Peel Environmental – part of Peel L&P – and Waste2Tricity have received unanimous planning consent from Cheshire West & Chester Council for the …

Powered up with waste

A new steel-framed waste-to-energy facility in Cheshire will help the nation reduce its reliance on landfill sites for refuse disposal. Hooton, near Ellesmere …

Steel provides Cheshire with new power plant

A new steel-framed waste-to-energy facility, which will help the nation reduce its reliance on landfill sites for refuse disposal, is under construction in …

Steelwork contractor chosen for Cheshire energy plant

Caunton Engineering has been awarded the contract to fabricate, supply and erect structural steelwork for a new Bio Power facility being constructed by …

Power boost from bio-energy

Ireland’s investment in green energy and waste solutions continues with the construction of a renewable bio-energy plant near Dublin. Creating greener …

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 …

News in Brief: September 2018

FICEP UK is holding a two-day open house, on 3rd and 4th October, to promote the latest in technological advancements in steel processing. The company will …

Galvanized solution for Yorkshire waste project

Scottish Galvanizers [part of the Wedge Group] is currently hot-dip-galvanizing around 2,500t of steel, for steelwork contractor BHC, which will be used at the …

News in Brief: January 2017

Cleveland Bridge UK has reached the halfway mark of a major infrastructure project in Aberdeen that will create a 43km bypass around the western side of the …

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