MANUFACTURING & ENGINEERING BUILDINGS – DAVID BROWN GEARS
Both buildings are of a steel frame construction with metal roof and wall cladding, all of which were installed on concrete slab and pad foundations .Works included the provision of 2 overhead travelling cranes in each building (85 tonnes & 35 tonnes) by a client specified contractor.
DPD Parcel Distribution Centre
The project is for the construction of a single storey steel portal framed parcel distribution warehouse building with a 2 storey office module. The scheme includes surrounding concrete yards, tarmac parking and security fencing. Further works included construction of an extended access road
The project consisted of an extension to the existing mill premises. This incorporated converting and extending an existing canopy structure to form new warehousing and a raised loading area. A further lean-to extension was incorporated in the works, along with new hard standings and drainage.
Full design and construction of an individual extension to an existing warehouse and distribution centre.
This Design & Build development consists of a terrace of single storey industrial buildings, sub-divided into 9 individual units, totalling approximately 1832m2, with associated service yard, landscaping and car parking for 51 cars, plus cycle stands.
The works consisted of the construction of a new industrial recycling centre, with the mechanical and electrical infra-structure of the client direct supplied specialist equipment.
This scheme was for the construction of a 2,700sq metre industrial building with associated offices; boardroom; WC facilities, gymnasium and changing room.
This scheme comprised of the construction of a new 4370m2 steel framed factory unit, new office building and a materials re-cycling building.
This project to create new factory and office facilities for LBBC consisted of a new steel framed 2202sq metre office and 23702sq metre factory.
The project comprised of a new build industrial shell that will be split into two individual units. The groundwork’s entailed an initial site strip, foundation works, concrete floor slabs, external drainage & service trenches to the buildings, hard& soft landscaping & street furniture.
Triton undertook the extensive refurbishment of both the existing office areas and industrial ropery testing areas within the production complex. Externally the access roads and car parking areas were upgraded, along with extensive landscaping and new boundary treatments.