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New sheds award for Midlands rail freight terminal

VolkerFitzpatrick has been selected by Prologis to design and build two new production units at its Daventry International Rail Freight Terminal (DIRFT) site. …

Trusses create freezer space

wned transport companies is expanding its operations with the construction of an extension to a temperature-controlled warehouse at Soham,

Contractor named for wine merchant warehouse

Winvic Construction has been appointed by Goodman to deliver a 10,900m2 state-of-the-art warehouse in Andover for Berry Bros. & Rudd, a London-based fine …

Planning consent granted for East Kilbride industrial warehouse

Knight Property Group has been granted planning consent by South Lanarkshire Council for further development at Langlands Commercial Park in East Kilbride. …

Portal frames flexibility

The latest development at Mercia Park is a purpose-built warehouse, cross-dock terminal and office scheme for a global logistics

Mega shed targets BREEAM ‘Excellent’

Tenders are being invited for construction of what will be one of the UK’s largest sheds, a four-storey, 213,000m² ‘mega shed’ to be built on the site …

Tall storage

The high cost and scarcity of land have led to the development of Highbay storage systems. R. Dunning, CEng, AMIStructE, Senior Structural Engineer, Storage …

News in Brief: February 2020

ArcelorMittal Europe has announced a CO2 roadmap to reduce emissions by 30% by 2030. The roadmap to achieve the 30% target is said to be based on three …

Barrett Steel has Scottish expansion plans

Using its Montrose base as a launch pad, steel stockholder Barrett Steel says it has ambitious Scotland-wide expansion plans. Barrett Steel views its Montrose …

Champagne design

Martin Cooper reports from a Hampshire vineyard that is expanding its facilities with a steel-framed wine cellar. If one was listing famous winemaking regions …

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