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Landmark car park planned for Sunderland Riverside scheme

A planning application for the development of an eye-catching 650-space multi-storey car park in Sunderland city centre has been submitted. The multi-storey …

Contractor named for Sunderland gigafactory

The Wates Group and Turner & Townsend have been appointed by Envision AESC to lead the design and project manage the build of its advanced car battery …

News in Brief: February 2022

Billington Structures has appointed Kevin Campbell as Managing Director. Mark Smith, CEO of Billington, said: “I am pleased to welcome Kevin to the Group. He …

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 …

News in Brief: January 2021

Ambitious plans to deliver a high-level pedestrian and cycle bridge across the River Wear in Sunderland are expected to get the go-ahead. Featuring creative …

Steel frames civic pride

Sunderland’s new City Hall is the latest project on a large regeneration scheme, which is transforming a former brewery site into a mixed-use neighbourhood. …

News in Brief: November/December 2019

Steelwork contractor Taunton Fabrications has picked up two awards at Willmott Dixon’s South West Supply Chain Awards ceremony. The company was nominated in …

Commendation: The Beacon of Light, Sunderland

The Beacon of Light is a unique landmark in Sunderland providing educational aspiration through the power of sport. “The concept part for the Beacon is very …

News in Brief: April 2018

Trimble has introduced three new versions of its software for structural engineering, fabrication and construction teams: Tekla Structures 2018, Tekla …

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