Recent News:

08 Aug 2022

We are very pleased to be sponsoring the Caunton ‘Engineering and Innovation Award’ at the University of Nottingham.

To win the award, final year MEng and MSc students were set a demanding brief - to design a tennis court arena with a retractable roof.

Caunton’s own engineers have been lending their expertise and working closely with the students in developing their designs. The quality ...

26 Jul 2022
Caunton Engineering were most pleased to have been awarded the contract by main contractor Readie Construction for the structural steelwork for a major warehouse structure in Burton. The building is located on the St Modwen Park in Burton, which is a 50-acre industrial & distribution site with outline planning consent for up to 1m sq. ft. This is a prominent site providing direct access to the...

22 Jul 2022
After two years of being unable to support work placements due to covid, Caunton are back on track with these. From the end of June to September, Caunton Engineering has/will facilitate 12 work placements for students attending local schools. These placements include opportunities in the;
• Caunton Academy where the students gain practical experience in fabrication and welding
• Design Office wh...

13 Jul 2022
The press recently featured further news of Caunton Engineering’s involvement with the Steel bricks Modular system. NSC Weekly headlined an article “Milestone reached for innovative steel bricks system” with the news of the Caunton-fabricated components being shipped to the USA. For the full story please use this link.

27 Jun 2022
Steel Bricks™, the UK-based modular steel construction system developed by MWS, and with involvement by Caunton Engineering, has been included in a multi-million dollar funding programme to be delivered within the U.S. DOE’s Advanced Construction Technology (ACT) initiative, aimed at making advanced nuclear construction faster and more affordable to build. GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, the world-lea...

13 Jun 2022
The press announces that Britishvolt, reported to be Britain's foremost investor in battery technologies, is partnering with Prologis to build its UK battery cell scale-up hub in the West Midlands. Main contractor is Winvic Construction, and structural steelwork required is by Caunton Engineering.
With a budget exceeding £200M, the plan looks to create upwards of 150 highly skilled jobs at the...

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