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MERIT: New Riverside Stand at Fulham FC

A new stand at one of the country’s oldest continuously used football grounds has created a 21st century facility and was constructed while the club carried …

Steel scores for Toffees

Helping to form two stands and a continuous roof that requires a series of long trusses, structural steelwork is playing a leading role in the construction of …

Toffees stadium quickly taking shape

One of the Premier League’s oldest stadiums is set to be vacated as Everton Football Club’s (the Toffees) new ground is quickly rising up on the banks of …

News in Brief – October 2022

Caunton Engineering has played its part in Nottingham Forest’s return to the Premier League by helping to upgrade the club’s Peter Taylor Stand. The work …

Nottingham Forest receive approval for stadium expansion

Premier League new boys Nottingham Forest, have received planning permission to rebuild the Peter Taylor stand, which will double its capacity to 10,000, …

Aston Villa plans to increase stadium to over 50,000-capacity

Premier League Aston Villa Football Club has launched a pre-application planning consultation on the first phase of its long-term vision for Villa Park and the …

Work kicks off at new Everton stadium

Premier League football club Everton has held a project commencement ceremony at Bramley-Moore Dock to mark the breaking of ground in the construction of its …

News in Brief: September 2021

South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust has unveiled plans to build a new Eye Hospital in the centre of Sunderland as part of the City’s ambitious …

News in Brief: July/August 2021

Steelwork contractor Severfield has reported an 11% revenue increase to £363.3M for the year ending March 2021, compared to £327.4M in 2020, which represents …

Green light for Everton Bramley Dock stadium

Everton Football Club’s planning applications for a new stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock and a community-led legacy project at Goodison Park have been approved …

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