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Canterbury primary school to get new state-of-the-art facilities

Working on behalf of the Department of Education (DfE), Morgan Sindall Construction is set to build new facilities at the Pilgrim’s Way School in Canterbury. …

News in Brief: February 2024

Main contractor Glencar has been appointed by investment management and advisory firm Vengrove, to construct two warehouse units of 3,900m2 and 5,300m2 at …

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 …

Green light for South Wales steel decarbonisation centre

Morgan Sindall Construction has been commissioned to design and build a new £20M Swansea Bay City Deal-backed facility in Neath Port Talbot, which will help …

News in Brief: October 2023

Lindapter has announced that its carbon steel, hexagonal head Hollo-Bolts have been independently fire tested under tensile and shear loading with simultaneous …

Green light for Stevenage leisure hub

Main contractor Morgan Sindall has been appointed by Stevenage Borough Council to deliver a multi-million-pound Sports and Leisure Hub, as part of the town’s …

Stand up for Wakefield

Structural steelwork is playing a vital role in the redevelopment of Wakefield Trinity’s stadium, helping to keep the project on schedule for completion …

COMMENDATION: Britannia Leisure Centre, Hackney

Occupying a confined plot, a stacked structural design has allowed a leisure centre to accommodate all of its required facilities without impeding on the …

MERIT: Houlton School, Rugby

Steel construction has allowed an historically significant radio station building to be retained and converted into a large secondary and sixth form school. …

Offices initiate town centre regeneration

Two steel-framed office blocks represent the first phase of a masterplan that will transform Birkenhead town centre over the next 15

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