Market Sector(s): Retail, Design And Build
Caunton Engineering worked once again for main contractor, Bowmer and Kirkland. This time on the Phase II expansion of the Orchard Centre in Didcot. This required nearly 400te of steelwork – mostly beam-and-column framing – this was designed by the Caunton technical team.

Market Sector(s): Retail, Design And Build
Caunton Engineering was contracted for a design and build package for the terrace, boardwalk and restaurant steelwork, known as Rushden Lakes, the scheme is centred around a series of man-made and natural lakes in the Nene Valley. Located on the busy A45 and it has been estimated that 600,000 people live within a 30-minute drive.

Market Sector(s): Retail, Mixed Use Development
Caunton supplied and erected over 6000 tonnes of steelwork for the Friars Walk shopping and leisure scheme in Newport South Wales. This is a record tonnage for any Caunton contract. This major development, by Queensberry Real Estate, will revitalise the Newport city centre offering more than 36,230 square metres of retail and leisure space including a department store, multiplex, shops, restaurant...

Market Sector(s): Retail, Design And Build, Mixed Use Development
Caunton Engineering have supplied and erected the Steelwork for a new shopping centre in Chelmsford, number One Bond Street. A new 300,000 sq. ft. retail and leisure development, anchored by a 120,000 sq. ft. John Lewis Department Store. The client is Aquila and the main contractor is Bowmer and Kirkland. Bond Street is located at the heart of this city, the county town of Essex, and is positioned...

Market Sector(s): Retail, Design And Build
Caunton worked for Simons Construction, to supply nearly 600te of structural steelwork for the five buildings. The steelwork was designed by Caunton’s engineers.

Market Sector(s): Retail, Design And Build
Caunton have supplied nearly a thousand tonnes of structural steelwork to main contractor Simons Construction. The multi-million pound scheme included the provision of new retail, housing and the relocation of the town's existing Waitrose shop in Piries Place to Albion Way, Horsham. The new store will in fact comprise a Waitrose supermarket and a John Lewis at Home store. The proposal by developer...

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