2014 News: 1 to 6 of 49 matches

17 Dec 2014
Caunton have now effectively completed the frame for The Curve, the civic building in Slough originally reported in Caunton Web Site news 3 July 2014.
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...

10 Dec 2014
Caunton have never to our knowledge worked at Monopoly Board favourite Old Kent Road nor in Mayfair for that matter, but it is now working at a Monopoly Board location, Friars Walk in Newport South Wales. Friars Walk, you ask? It's because the Newport edition Monopoly game was officially unveiled recently.
A gigantic version of the classic family game was put on display at the Celtic Manor ...

05 Dec 2014
Caunton’s progress with erecting the steelwork for the new Friars Walk Shopping Centre in the city of Newport, heralded in Caunton Website News on 7th May 2014, is well on its way now. Friars Walk will offer over 390,000 sq. ft. (36,230 square metres) of retail and leisure space which includes a “full offer” department store, a multiplex cinema, a wide range of shops and restaurants, all supported...

26 Nov 2014

Here at Caunton we have been involved in creating "digital steel structures" for nearly 30 years. Now we are witnessing this data form part of a wider, far reaching digital world.

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19 Nov 2014
Caunton was a member of the Volker Fitzpatrick team on their Reading Train Depot contract. The company was delighted to read that this project has won a major award at the prestigious British Construction Industry Awards 2014. The company would like to congratulate this major national contractor in winning the Health and Safety Award for “The Reading Train Care Implementation Works”.

We hav...

14 Nov 2014
This project is going to be done using BIM” – fourth step – Planning Construction


Caunton has done a number of projects where BIM has been used to some extent. None of them has been done with a full and formal BIM process in place but we feel this represents the reality of the construction industry at the moment.

We’ve decided to publish a series of short articles to...

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