Strategic cements relationship with TP

Published:  19 June, 2012

MACCLESFIELD: Construction firm, Strategic Team Group, has secured a £1.2 million contract to design and build a new depot for one of the largest suppliers to the UK’s building and construction industry, Travis Perkins, at its site in Hurdsfield Industrial Estate, Macclesfield.

Located on Hurdsfield Road, the development will include the demolition of an existing factory unit, construction of a custom built, approximately 11,000 square foot store and yard, refurbishment of the former car showroom, which adjoined the existing building, and the renovation of the proposed tool hire building. Further works will be carried out in the parking and circulation areas, footpaths, drainage and lighting.

Charles Tweed, Strategic Team Group’s business development director, said:“This is a great win for Strategic Team Group and we are delighted to be partnering Travis Perkins in the creation of a new depot that will meet the growing demands of today’s housing, construction and joinery industries. We have been able to demonstrate our strong capabilities in providing flexible solutions, drawing on a solid operational support base.”

Keith Field, Travis Perkins project manager said: “Travis Perkins is working in partnership with Strategic Team Group to provide a new flagship store.”

Strategic Team Group, which trades from four regional offices in Glasgow, Bristol and Manchester alongside its head office in Yorkshire, has completed over 12,000 projects over the last 12 months. The firm has built a strong reputation providing high quality construction services in social and affordable housing, care & health, education, commercial properties and transport sectors.

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