We work with our customers to provide sustainable industrial buildings that can meet a range of tenant requirements and uses; from purpose-built production facilities to large clear-span warehouses.

Many of our clients require their properties to remain operational during expansion and refitting contracts. Through regular discussions our project teams are able to add an element of ‘flexibility’ into our construction plans, whilst still achieving completion dates and the highest safety standards.

We are focused on providing cost effective, low energy and low maintenance, future ready industrial space, that achieves developer, owner and end-user satisfaction.

Our Project Team welcome senior executives for AB Inbev to the completed first phase of Project Galileo

Principal Contractor Service since 2007

Redevelopment of existing building



Associated British Ports (ABP)

The design and refurbishment of a 7,200 square metres, gantry crane transit building.

The project included; new structural steelwork including the foundations for the new ganty crane, new doors and the construction of a new gable end.

The building’s existing structural steelwork was repaired and fully re-clad and insulated.

The existing floor slab was repaired and overlayed.

Two new 30t and one 20t gantry cranes were installed.



Principal Contractor Service since 2007

New build contract



Associated British Ports (ABP)

The design and construct of a steel framed single span portal frame building 70m long by 52m wide.

The warehouse provides 3,700 square metres of storage at Newport Dock.

The reinforced concrete retaining walls can resist the weight of the stored  materials and any accidental impacts from bulk handling vehicles operating within the building.

Associated infrastructure works included utilising the existing reinforced concrete pavement as the buildings floor slab.



Long-term Construction Partnership

100% of waste material used on site



Anheuser-Busch InBev UK

Phase 1: The design and construction of a new warehouse building with a 3x25m span and 175m long.

Works included; ground works, pad foundations and the installation of a new service road.

The building features low energy lighting and ventilation systems.

Phase 2: Design and construction of a new storage and distribution warehouse, providing an additional 9,472m2 of floor space.

The project included: new hard-standing areas, loading bays, widening of the main access road to create an ‘express lane’, and a 14-space HGV holding area.

Preferred contractor agreement




 Under a preferred contractor agreement, the design and construction of a single storey warehouse for the storage of steel coils at Tata’s Shotton Works Site.

Works included; piled foundations, ground beams and floor slab, drainage and new tarmac access roads, suitable for continuous HGV movements.







Repeat project for Local Authority Client



Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

The design and construction of a new rock salt storage facility at Baglan Energy Park.

The low-maintenance portal frame building is 45m x 30m x 7m, and has the capacity to store 7,500t of rock salt.

Additional works included; alterations to site access routes, an external storage yard and new incoming utility services.








Part of a local Enterprise Zone



BDC Contracts (MH) Ltd

Construction of a new dry dock fabrication building for the maintenance and repair of working boats, pilot boats, passenger and commercial vessels.

The building is fitted with multiple overhead gantry cranes each of six-tonne capacity and suitable for continuous operation moving and positioning prefabricated boat sections, engines and machinery.







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