Recent News:

27 Apr 2021
Caunton Engineering are most pleased to have supplied the structural steelwork for a purpose build warehouse for major national food distributor A F Blakemore. Caunton’s contract was awarded to the company by major main contractor McLaren Construction, who themselves are working for client Equation Properties. The project is a 140,000 sq. ft. multi-temperature controlled distribution facility ...

21 Apr 2021
Caunton Engineering were delighted to learn that the Steel Bricks ™ construction system has been named as a component for GE Hitachi’s Small Modular Reactor. GE Hitachi’s Vice President and BWRX 300 Product Director, Brian Johnson was speaking recently to the Nuclear Alternative Project based in Puerto Rico and recognised the “very simple fabrication process” provided by the Steel Bricks ™ con...

09 Apr 2021
Sheds have become acknowledged as providing a crucial link in the UK’s supply chain as the pace of structural change in retail is accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Nick Barrett, Editor of New Steel Construction, reports that sheds – which lend themselves exceptionally well to steel construction – are also becoming bigger and more complex. Caunton Engineering’s project at Mercia park Leiceste...

22 Mar 2021
In 2014 we at Caunton Engineering reported pioneering a new steel concrete walling system that could radically alter the way nuclear power stations are built.
This ground-breaking product, the Steel Bricks™ modular system , was backed by the Government with nearly £1.2m in funding from Innovate UK, then the newly-named Technology Strategy Board.
Use of the factory-made Steel Bricks™ system wa...

22 Mar 2021
Caunton Engineering are delighted to learn that the press is reporting “ the manufacture of the first HS2 tunnel segments produced at the site precast factory” The factory is framed with Caunton’s steelwork and the company is proud to have contributed in a small way to this excellent. progress. For more information please follow this link

17 Mar 2021
The expansion of facilities at the home of Leicester Tigers Rugby Union Club is continuing with the construction of a steel-framed hotel. – steelwork by Caunton Engineering. For the full story published in New Steel Construction please follow this link.

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