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St Albans Place
Constructing an 18-storey, concrete-framed student accommodation block in the centre of Leeds, close to the A64, consisting of 376 studios with communal dining areas, cinema room, gym, coffee lounge and a management suite.
Mersey Gateway Project
One of the largest infrastructure initiatives in the UK encompassing a new six-lane toll bridge over the River Mersey along with 9km of local road upgrades. Construction was carried out by Merseylink Civil Contractors, a joint venture between Kier Infrastructure, Samsung and FCC.
Deephams Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade
Meeting both regulatory and consumer needs.
The redevelopment of the Grade II listed block on London's Regent Street. Morley House will house 44 apartments. On the ground and basement levels will be 11,000 sq. ft of retail space.
Gatwick Airport Overall Works
We have delivered over £50m of works at London Gatwick Airport, working closely with key stakeholders to deliver a multi-storey car park, out of gauge (OOG) baggage, airline moves and upgrades of security facilities.
No conventional office development, R7 strikes a balance between public space and adaptable offices.
Global Student Accommodation (GSA), Exeter
We completed Clifford House, a student housing association project, for Global Student Accommodation (GSA), two weeks early. It’s our second project for GSA and provides state-of-the-art student accommodation for 312 students studying at Exeter University.
M6 J16 to J19 smart motorway project
Cheshire’s first smart motorway from Crewe to Knutsford. Converting a 20 mile stretch of the M6 into an ‘all lane running’ smart motorway; creating much needed extra capacity and more reliable journey times. It will reduce delays and excessive congestion for the 120,000 (approx.) vehicles that use it each day.
St Julie’s Catholic High School
Building a new school for 1,100 students within the grounds of the original. Abiding by strict environmental regulations and generating a wealth of social value within the local community.
Constructing two railway tunnels that run for 6.4km between the Royal Oak portal and the new Farringdon Crossrail station in Central London. Huge scale building of station tunnel caverns at Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road and Farringdon for the new Elizabeth line.
Middlesbrough Town Hall Restoration & Refurbishment
Middlesbrough Town Hall is a grade II listed building constructed between 1883 and 1889 in a revived French Gothic style. Designed by Architect George Gordon Hoskins, it was one of the last large Gothic town halls to be built in England, serving as a landmark to symbolise Middlesbrough’s proud industrial heritage.
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