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Groundbreaking heralds the transformation of former Rolls Royce site in Liverpool

Following a groundbreaking event, Winvic Construction has begun work on the £35.8m project to design and build four warehouses at Atlantic Park in Bootle, …

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 …

Final phase of Olympia steel package underway

Forming one of the final steel-framed elements of the wider Olympia redevelopment scheme in west London, the G-Gate building is currently underway. The complex …

Steel opens up factory project

Rising up on the site of a former steelworks, a state-of-the-art steel-framed factory will secure the Scottish future of a company crucial to the whisky …

Mixed-use scheme lights up Piccadilly

Sat behind London’s most famous billboard, a new steel-framed seven-storey development has reimagined a previously under-used site. FACT FILELucent at 1 …

Edinburgh city centre mixed-use scheme is gets the nod

Joint venture partners Mactaggart & Mickel Group, Mactaggart Family & Partners, Millard Estates Limited and Rennick have announced that the application …

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 …

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. …

Olympia gets future-proofed

A number of new steel-framed structures will create a cultural hub, including a theatre and music venue, at one of London’s oldest exhibition venues. FACT …

Riverside refurbishment

A 1980s-built City of London office block is being redeveloped and enlarged with structural steelwork forming a south elevation that overlooks the River Thames …

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