Showcase Projects: 6 matches

Market Sector(s): Car Parks, Design And Build
Caunton Engineering were pleased to have worked for main contractor Willmott Dixon on the important new City of Lincoln Transport Hub. This £30m scheme is a significant regeneration project that will transform the city centre of Lincoln - providing a state-of-the-art bus station, retail space, a new pedestrian plaza and a one thousand space multi-storey car park. Caunton supplied and erected the s...

Market Sector(s): Leisure, Public Sector
Caunton completed the frame for The Curve, the civic building in Slough As the name suggests the structure is a steel-framed curved rectangle in shape and plan. Each of the building’s elevations feature either cantilevers or sloping and curving facades, with the main north side presenting the most striking aspect with a long sweeping, predominantly glazed, elevation looking on to the adjacent list...

Market Sector(s): Leisure
Caunton supplied the steelwork for demountable structures for the Olympics 2012 Shooting Venue. There was in fact three enclosed ranges and three open air ones. They were used for Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun competitions as well as the Paralympic Archery.

Market Sector(s): Education, Design And Build
The improvements to Nottinghamshire’s educational infrastructure carry on apace. Caunton have recently been supplying structural steelwork for yet another new school building –the Ellis Guilford School in Basford, in the outskirts of Nottingham. The project comprises a total investment of over £12million.

Market Sector(s): Leisure, Major Projects, Tubular
Caunton supplied and erected the steelwork for the new North Stand of one of rugby’s best supported teams, Leicester Tigers. The stand itself is part of an ambitious 10-year programme to redevelop its Welford Road ground into a modern 30,000 seat stadium complete with a raft of facilities.

Market Sector(s): Leisure, Major Projects
Caunton were most proud to supply the structural steelwork for The Museum of Liverpool. Located at Pierhead, right on the Mersey waterfront –a World Heritage Site too- and next door to the Liver Building. The Museum is set to become an icon for this great city.

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