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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 …

Portal frames flexibility

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

Winvic to construct UK’s largest ever single occupier logistics park

Winvic Construction has been awarded the contract by IM Properties to build five large steel-framed industrial units at Mercia Park in Leicestershire. The …

Contractor named for net-zero scheme

Commercial real estate investor and developer, Firethorn Trust has appointed Winvic Construction to deliver its landmark 25.5-acre site, Ascent Logistics Park, …

Steel creates icons

Located adjacent to Manchester Airport, one of the North West’s most strategically-located logistics parks is expanding with two new steel-framed …

Keys handed over for steel-framed aerospace facility

Winvic Construction has handed over the keys to a £44M industrial unit at Ansty Park, Coventry for international aerospace, defence and energy engineering …

Winvic set to expand East Midlands Gateway

SEGRO has appointed Winvic Construction to build the fifth industrial unit at its flagship, 700-acre multi-modal logistics hub in the East Midlands. The …

Steel frame completes on Lidl headquarters

More than 1,400t of structural steelwork has been erected to form the new headquarters for Lidl GB in Tolworth, south west London. Working on behalf of Winvic …

Logistics in the frame

An East Midlands logistics park is currently completing its third phase, proving that steelwork has the right attributes to make it the ideal framing solution …

News in Brief: July 2019

The Steel Piling Group has recently updated its popular guide, Durability of Steel Piles (P422). The guide, published by the Steel Construction Institute …

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