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News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

Twelve columns support roof over 250,000 sq ft area

Because their premises near Lambeth Bridge, London, were inadequate for their needs, W. H. Smith & Sons Ltd, the well-known booksellers and stationers, …

News in Brief – March 2015

The final part of Swindon’s steel framed £16.6M Regent Circus scheme – a six-screen Cineworld – has opened completing the town centre project. Anchored …

Steel supports retail development

A major retail led regeneration scheme is set to revitalise a five acre former college campus site in Swindon town centre. Wiltshire’s largest town is poised …

Big is best for distribution

A new eco-friendly distribution centre for B&Q is rapidly taking shape on the outskirts of Swindon. NSC reports on a project where steelwork is helping to …

Expansion work drives the car industry forward

Caunton Engineering has completed three steelwork projects for Honda at its main UK manufacturing site in Swindon. More than 190t structural steelwork was …

Caunton builds Honda extension

A major expansion project at Honda’s car manufacturing plant in Swindon has recently been completed by Caunton Engineering. During a 10-week programme, …

Sustainability in action

Steel’s sustainability has been demonstrated on a recent collaboration between Caunton Engineering and Honda Manufacturing. At Honda’s main UK site in …

Honda selects design and build

A prestigious business park is rapidly expanding with two new steel warehouses, one a design build unit for Honda and the other Swindon’s largest ever …

Caunton helps Honda accelerate

Honda UK’s record production of 193,000 cars in 2004, up nearly 5% on previous years, was all the more remarkable for being achieved while the Swindon …

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