Chalcroft Construction has just started work on a fifth major project for a leading third-party logistics company.
Chalcroft was first appointed for a £1.1m project to extend a freezer store, with a fully-racked facility, which incorporated plant and baler room, an extended mezzanine area and three new dock pods.
Since then, Chalcroft has been appointed as building manager for the £3.1m fit out of an empty warehouse that is being converted into a warehouse operation on behalf of a leading car manufacturer. The 10-week project was an extension and internal fit-out, including mechanical, electrical, sprinklers, and existing open-plan offices fit-out.
Chalcroft has also been engaged to install a new mezzanine floor, racking, offices, new sprinkler systems and associated IT infrastructure and a £2.3m project to make alterations to chilled and FRV areas.
The latest 15-week, £1.75m project will see Chalcroft fit out a warehouse for the third-party logistics company.
Mark Reeve, managing director at Chalcroft, commented: "We are delighted to be working on projects that help cement our client’s position as a leading logistics and warehouse solutions business.
"All our staff, from directors to those on-site, work hard to carry out projects on time and with as little disruption to the client’s day-to-day operations as possible, and being awarded four major projects is testament to the teamwork mentality and attention to detail throughout."