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Chalcroft Construction enters civils phase of filling line at Coca-Cola Enterprises

Chalcroft Construction is due to complete the civils phase as part of the transformation of a disused production area into a new bottle blowing and filling line at Coca-Cola Enterprises’ (CCE) Edmonton site.

The team at Chalcroft is working closely with a design team led by Faithful & Gould and CCE to achieve a flagship facility that combines blow moulding and filling equipment from German supplier Krone.

Mark Reeve, managing director of Chalcroft commented: "The fast-track five month project has evolved to meet the client’s needs but a flexible and pro-active approach from all parties will see the start of production equipment being installed on schedule in March."

The £1.5m project involves the installation of new drainage, specialist floor tiling and suspended ceilings, together with the creation of a control room and an education viewing gallery.

The building services include new electrical infrastructure, energy efficient lighting and air handling facility that utilises waste heat from an adjacent compressor system.

Chalcroft has successfully carried out a project at the same site, having previously been contracted to replace a suspended ceiling system, install plant void access platforms and update lighting schemes to a Carbon Trust-approved energy efficient system.

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