2005 News: 1 to 6 of 26 matches

16 Dec 2005
Caunton are supplying the structural steelwork for an important new development in Burton on Trent. “First Point” is located on the Centrum 100 Business Park, a high profile mixed-use scheme. The location is ideal being at the heart of the national motorway network. Present occupiers include Scania, Littlewoods, Bass( it is Burton of course!) plus a Morrison’s supermarket. The client is Eden Park ...

07 Dec 2005
Staff and students of Leicester’s De Montfort University visited Caunton Engineering recently. The visitors –all mature students and attending on day-release, are studying for degrees in Lean Manufacture and were keen to learn how Caunton operates its Just-in-Time regime in particular. The photo shows Caunton MD Simon Bingham (left) posing with the visitors alongside one of Caunton’s brand new Si...

07 Dec 2005
Caunton supplied the steelwork for the successful, X-Leisure owned, 122,000 square feet, Cambridge Leisure complex, which is now trading most successfully and won the Retail and Leisure Property Award for 2005. The car parking as illustrated caters for 611 spaces and is a fine example of Caunton utilising cell-form beams. The particular advantage of these visually attractive sections is their effi...

30 Nov 2005
Completed in September 2005, this project, with steelwork by Caunton, has seen a struggling 1950’s Nottingham school with a 500-student capacity transformed into Bilborough College, a modern centre of excellence catering for 1300 pupils.

It was to be a local steelwork contractor working alongside a local main contractor, Bowmer and Kirkland, who created this vital community benefit.

17 Nov 2005
Caunton Engineering have won Supplier of the Year Award 2005 from Simons Construction – themselves regularly winners of National Contractor of the Year Awards. Caunton, with a 95% Performance Score, compared most favourably when competing with all Simons many major suppliers and partners, across all trades. Simons and Caunton have worked together for many years and on many varied projects. Caunto...

25 Oct 2005
Caunton Engineering's installation of a mezzanine floor at the White Rose shopping centre in Leeds has created an extra 3000m2 of retail space.

A total of 6.5km of 300mm deep cold rolled lightweight steel lattice joints were used to create the floor, designed for a total imposed load of 5.0kN/m2 and spanning a maximum of 7.3m.

Flush fitting timber inserts to the top and bottom chords...

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