The University of Sheffield wished to extend its Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC). We built an extension to the existing Factory of the Future building to provide capacity for an expanded Composite Centre.
The Linkwood distillery was originally established in the first half of the 19th century. It produces single malt whisky used in well-established blended whiskies.
A global increase in demand for its whisky has led to the customer increasing its production. To support this increase they are constructing a new multi-million warehousing complex at Kirkcaldy in Fife.
As part of its ongoing investment programme the customer instructed us to refurbish the ten whisky maturation warehouses which make up the storage facilities at the Auchroisk site. Asbestos removal formed a major part of this project.
The bottling plant is one of many projects that the Scottish team has undertaken for this key customer in recent years. The customer ordered a £90m upgrade of its existing site in Leven, which included the contract for the creation of the new bottling plant and associated facilities.
We secured this design and build project with Coca-Cola Enterprises Limited, to enhance production facilities at its Sidcup manufacturing and distribution site. The fast-track scheme saw us extend an existing warehouse building to accommodate two new beverage production lines.
EWOS is a leading global supplier of feed and nutrition for the international aquaculture industry. Established in 1930 in Sweden it produces fish feed in all four of the world’s major salmon farming regions: Norway; Chile; Canada and Scotland. It produces 1/3 of the feed required for the global salmon and trout fish farm industry.
Our customer required a modern cooperage facility to produce new whisky storage barrels and renovate old ones. In addition to increasing productivity the new plant significantly reduces the amount of labour intensive manual handling the coopers undertake.
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