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23 Sep 2021
New Steel Construction reports that working on behalf of main contractor Willmott Dixon, Caunton Engineering has begun steelwork erection for a 730-space multi-storey car park (MSCP) in the centre of Stoke-on-Trent. Work on the MSCP will be completed in summer 2022.
Caunton Engineering is designing, supplying and erecting approximately 1,000t of steelwork as well as installing metal decking.

11 Sep 2021
Caunton Engineering are supplying the structural steelwork to main contractor Winvic Construction for a 10,900m2 state-of-the-art warehouse in Andover for Berry Bros. & Rudd, a London-based fine wine merchant.
The steel-framed structure has been designed to be carbon neutral utilising BIM Level 2. The building will generate its own energy supply, will operate with rainwater harvesting and have e...

03 Sep 2021
The construction of distribution centres is a booming sector, with firms reporting full order books and unprecedented levels of activity.
One of the newer developments is Mercia Park, located close to Junction 11 of the M42 in north Leicestershire. This will contain a facility for Danish global transport and logistics company, DSV.
The DSV scheme consists of a 39,000m² steel-framed warehouse wi...

23 Aug 2021
Caunton Engineering are most pleased to be both designing and supplying the structural steelwork to major contractor Clegg Group for a new regional materials recovery facility (MRF) at the Sherbourne Resource Park in Coventry. Once operational the facility will be able to process a major 175ktpa recyclate from both domestic and commercial sources. The MRF will be owned by Sherbourne Recycling Lt...

17 Aug 2021
We at Caunton Engineering are delighted and proud to announce formal recognition of our BIM capabilities by achieving the coveted British Constructional Steelwork Association BIM Charter status for the past 6 years.
This important industry accreditation means our Clients can be confident that Caunton can and will successfully deliver their Level 2 BIM projects from virtual to reality.
Adoption o...

02 Aug 2021
The structural steelwork industry’s trade association, the BCSA, together with the industry’s main research arm, the SCI, have collaborated to find the answers to the most frequently asked questions raised about steel’s sustainability credentials.
Eleven questions were posed to this partnership and answers have been prepared. The first five of these “Questions and Answers” are published in the Ju...

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