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News in Brief: June 2024

Mace has been appointed by Helical as the main contractor on the redevelopment of 100 New Bridge Street in the City of London. Located adjacent to City …

Work starts on major Swindon logistics park

Winvic Construction has been awarded the first contract in the redevelopment of the former Honda car plant, in Swindon, by Panattoni. The works to be delivered …

Siemens Mobility to build state-of-the-art factory in Chippenham

Siemens Mobility is set to build a cutting-edge rail infrastructure manufacturing, digital engineering and research & development (R&D) centre in …

News in Brief: April 2024

Non-league Sheffield FC, widely regarded as the world’s oldest football club, and Sheffield Eagles, the city’s professional rugby league club, have …

News in Brief – January 2024

Taziker Industrial has announced that Neil Harrison has been appointed as CEO, supported by Jason Worrall as the Group Managing Director. These appointments …

News in Brief: September 2023

Kloeckner Metals UK has been certified as a Great Place to Work, which the company said was a testament to its continued commitment to creating an outstanding …

Building for the future

A steel-framed solution has proven to be ideal for the construction of the UK’s first foam glass plant, which will produce a new lightweight building block. …

System Building at Milton Keynes

Industrial buildings are essential to Milton Keynes and have been intensively studied in the Development Corporation. The results are unusual and interesting …

Developer commits to £2bn West Midlands warehousing and industrial programme

SEGRO has been announced as a strategic partner of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), with a commitment to invest £2bn over the coming decade to …

Steel lights up former tobacco site

Power Park will deliver more than 39,000m2 of industrial and logistics space in six steel-framed buildings on the former Imperial Tobacco site near Nottingham. …

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