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Film studio planned at former Ashford railway works

Regeneration specialist The Creative District Improvement Company (TCDI Co.) and Quinn Estates have announced plans for a £250M Kent TV and film studio at …

Community bridge

Steelwork has been completed on the Springhead Bridge, which will form an integral part of the Ebbsfleet Garden City development Nearly 4,000 residents are …

Footbridge installed over M20 motorway

A fully assembled single span footbridge weighing 45t has been installed over the M20 in Kent during a night-time closure of the motorway. Fabricated and …

Energy solution

Steel-framed structures house the main processing areas for a new renewable energy plant in Kent. With the demise of traditional coal-burning power stations …

Kent airport ready for take-off

As part of a much wider development plan, a new steel-framed hangar has been completed at London Ashford Airport. During the past decade London Ashford Airport …

Paper making gets a boost

One of Kent’s oldest industries is expanding with the aid of a new steel framed manufacturing hall. Kent’s Medway Valley has a long tradition of paper …

Bridge relief for Kentish town

Mabey Bridge has completed the erection of the first of two bridges it will construct for the 1.4km long Sittingbourne Northern Relief Road in Kent. Spanning …

Energy solution from waste

Housed within a large steel frame, the UK’s largest energy from waste plant is taking shape on the banks of the River Thames in north Kent. Martin Cooper …

Aircraft hangar gets a lift

A whole raft of equipment, including two 100t capacity mobile cranes, have been used to lift the 90m long trusses for a new hangar at Kent’s Biggin Hill …

Weathering steel links to ease congested junction

More than 4,000t of weathering steel will be used for the construction of four new bridges on the busy A2/A282 junction in north Kent, representing one of the …

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