Steel structure complete, as port-centric development shapes up!

02. 26. 2015

New warehouse extensionSuperstructure is now in place,  as Import Services’ port-centric warehouse facility makes an impact on the skyline in Southampton docks.

Circa 260 tonnes of steel structure has been used in the warehouse construction to date and with progress advancing rapidly, this container quayside project in conjunction with ABP,  is now ahead of schedule for completion in July.

“This is great timing said Mike Thomas, Client Services Director, as we are privileged to be growing both with our existing Clients and new business, waiting to take up the new capacity!”

Other facts and figures involved in the construction programme comprise:-

  • 2,000 cubic meters of concrete
  • 1,500 sqm block paving
  • 4,500 sqm of wall cladding
  • 9 new distribution bays 
  • 6,800 sqm of roof cladding
  • 500 replacement roof lights in the existing building + 400 new roof lights in the new building
  • 3,200 roof mounted solar panels forming a 5,300 sqm array

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