Featured Case Studies
G&B Finch supplies aggregates and other materials such as sand, gravel and ballast to the construction and associated industries. The company has its own quarry located in the hamlet of Asheldham, Southminster, and required formwork for the construction of the walls of a new cement works in the quarry.
See how Leada Acrow provided formwork and edge protection solutions to a challenging project in York. With the site based in the city centre of York with very tight access, within a conservation area and only one access route in and out, there were huge constraints as to how materials could be transported on and off-site. There were also time constraints, as two concrete cores and concrete slabs needed to be erected with minimal crane time.
A waste transfer station is being constructed for Viridor Waste Management Ltd at a landfill site near to Castle Cary in Somerset. The work includes the part demolition of existing structures, and the temporary support and extension of a steel framed building with reinforced concrete waste handling bays, together with external works improvements for the reconfigured facility.
The £15 million Emporium scheme revolves around the development of a former lighting factory which dates back to the early 1700’s and is Grade II listed.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie to Tipperty project is a major transport infrastructure project at the heart of the Scottish Government’s commitment to improve transport in Aberdeen and across the North East of Scotland. It involves the construction of a new 58km road which is expected to be fully open by winter 2017.
Western General Hospital is situated in Edinburgh and forms part of NHS Lothian which provides adult and paediatric care to the people of Edinburgh, the Lothians and beyond.
Our Service Centre in Norwich was contacted by Tilia Properties to propose a solution to form two radial concrete bases for the erection of Grain Silos on Rackheath Industrial Estate in Norwich.
In July 2012 German waste to energy company, MVV Environment commenced work to build a ‘Waste to Energy’ plant at the Devonport Docks near Plymouth. Now operational, the facility will annually process 240,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste into energy to help power homes in the city of Plymouth.
Peterborough Railway Station has undergone a major £43 million revamp which has involved a new track layout, longer platforms, the creation of a new footbridge, extensions, lifts and a new signalling system. Read more.
This prestigious project is based in Pall Mall, London. It consists of a complete internal rebuild and conversion of a 9 storey building including a basement.
In November 2009, Workington’s Northside Bridge was swept away during devastating floods in Cumbria, tragically killing PC Bill Barker who was on the bridge diverting traffic. The collapse of the landmark bridge effectively split the town in two, resulting in an 18-mile round trip to get from one end of Workington to the other.
We were contacted by RPC Formwork to supply drawings and equipment for the construction of a brand new multi-million pound residential property in Virginia Water, next to Wentworth Golf Club in Surrey. Find out more!
Mole Valley Farmers is a farming co-operative which was founded in the 1960’s by a small group of farmers around South Molton.
Lower Laithe Reservoir was officially opened in 1925. The reservoir receives water from a natural catchment areas and supplies raw water, for treatment and eventual distribution, to a Water Treatment Works (WTW) located downstream.
The Hounslow Regeneration Project aims to transform Hounslow town centre into one of West London's most vibrant, exciting shopping and leisure centre developments.
Glencorse Water Treatment Works (WTW) is a newly built facility designed to deliver clearer, fresher drinking water to up to 450,000 customers across Edinburgh and parts of Midlothian. It has replaced Scottish Water’s Fairmilehead and Alnwickhill Treatment Works which had reached the end of their operational lives.
British Sugar’s production facility in Wissington is the largest beet sugar factory in the world, supplying 420,000 tonnes of sugar annually to food and drink manufacturers across the UK and Europe.
The Borders Railway is the longest new domestic railway to be constructed in Britain for over 100 years. As part of this £294 million construction project, four new stations are being built in Midlothian and three in the Scottish Borders.
Leada Acrow were proud to be involved in a project of this scale which formed part of the redevelopment of Battersea Powers Station and to be working in the shadow of the iconic chimneys excited us as a company.
Brownrigg Farm is a dairy farm in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. Three digester tanks were constructed at the farm by 3b Construction for the farm’s own use.