Recent News:

05 Feb 2020
Caunton Engineering are pleased to have been awarded the contract for two large distribution warehouses by major contractor Winvic Construction. They are to be located on the Gateway development in Peterborough.
Gateway Peterborough is a 240 acre warehousing and distribution park being developed by Roxhill Developments Ltd. The site is strategically located, immediately adjacent to Junction 1...

05 Feb 2020
Steel enjoys a market share of over 60% in education, something that Caunton Engineering and the structural steelwork industry in general, takes great pride in. The recently published Steel Construction – Education Buildings supplement, produced by Steel for Life and BCSA, showcases how the use of steel, the most modern method of construction, can help to provide the education buildings the UK’s ...

31 Jan 2020
Caunton Engineering were delighted to welcome a team of 21 engineering students from Nottingham University’s Civil Engineering department recently. These young engineers who are in the second year of their civil engineering studies were accompanied by two members of the academic staff. They were to spend the day learning how a structural steelwork contractor operates. There were works tours of ...

23 Jan 2020
Constructionarium Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation providing an innovative and ‘hands-on’ construction experience for students and professionals in the built environment sector. Since 2003 over 12,000 delegates have attended Constructionarium to work in teams over six days to build one of their carefully designed projects. Each project is a scaled down replica of an iconic structure from aro...

17 Jan 2020
Caunton’s work at the Hooton Bio Power Resource Recovery Centre in Cheshire is reported in the press. The Hooton facility will gasify some 240,000t of waste per year, generating in excess of 200 GWh of electricity annually. It is expected to be operational by the end of 2021.

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08 Jan 2020
Caunton Engineering began its structural steel operations 50 years ago in a former blacksmith’s shop in the village of Caunton. Now half a century later it is a thriving business turning over £60m pa and employing over 250 men and women. Quite some achievement.

This anniversary was commemorated recently with a Dinner Dance attended by current employees, and many former employees too, who are ...

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