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BRITCON TO BUILD PHASE TWO AT MARKHAM VALE SCHEME

Building
and civil engineering company Britcon has secured a £1 million contract to
deliver new speculative industrial premises in phase two of a new development
at Markham Vale in Derbyshire.

Britcon
has been appointed to build the 15,000 sq ft unit, along with 1,500 sq ft of
integral offices, by development partnership Priority Space. Britcon has
already delivered 13 SME units in phase one on the site which is now 75%
sold. 

The
scheme sits within the Markham Vale flagship regeneration zone which is a
200-acre business and distribution park at Junction 29A of the M1 motorway.

Lee Buchanan at Priority Space said, “We have already
invested £2.5 million into the business park with phase one which was delivered
to exacting standards by Britcon. With strong interest from owner occupiers we
are confident in progressing phase two with Britcon to build out a significant
detached unit that would suit a larger operator requiring self-contained
facilities.”

Paul
Clarkson at Britcon said, “We are pleased to secure this second commercial
building contract at Markham Vale for which we are providing a full design and
build turnkey solution.  We are also extending infrastructure works in
partnership with our sister company Specialist Surfacing on this fast-track
project which is to be completed by the end of January 2019.”

Britcon’s commercial sector experience includes the Advanced
Manufacturing Park (AMP) in Sheffield, Treleigh Industrial Estate in Cornwall,
and Langage Science Park in Plymouth. It has also recently completed a £2
million expansion of premises for packaging firm CEPAC.

Established
for more than 30 years, Britcon is £47 million turnover business headquartered
in Scunthorpe and directly employs 110 people on its project sites across the
UK.  Key contracts secured in the last 12 month includes Key contracts
secured in the last 12 months include a £5 million project for McCain Foods, a
£13.5 million contract to deliver a new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in
Dagenham for food waste recycler ReFood (UK) Ltd, a series of new developments,
extensions and refurbishment projects valued in total over £20 million for
Lidl, and contracts worth over £4 million for global chemicals business Kemira.

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