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Kempston Challenger Academy Visit Bedford Link Logistics Park

04 Oct 2018, Posted by Gemma Carr in The Winvic Way

On the 18th September students from Kempston Challenger Academy Bedford were invited to take a tour of Bedford Link Logistics Park where Winvic are currently building three industrial units, ranging from 32,000 sq ft to 106,000 sq ft, for joint venture partners LondonMetric and Graftongate. Winvic, UMC Architects and BWB Consulting took pleasure in welcoming the students, explaining the different…

Winvic’s Site Scrap is Another Schools Treasure

27 Sep 2018, Posted by Gemma Carr in The Winvic Way

“We loved seeing the children clearly having a wonderful time playing with the instruments, it was a great pleasure to make use of items that would otherwise be scrap and putting them to good use, who knows we might inspire the next Mozart.”   Derren McCrum, Site Manager The site team at Howdens, Warth Park were able to turn site…

Development commences at Bedford Link Logistics Park

03 Aug 2018, Posted by Gemma Carr in The Winvic Way

Work is officially underway at Bedford Link – a new 40-acre logistics park at Bell Farm, Bedford – as joint venture partners, LondonMetric and Graftongate  have broken ground on site to mark the start of construction of three new logistics warehouses. The three warehouses of 106,000 sq ft, 50,000 sq ft and 32,000 sq ft will be ready for occupation in early…

Nottingham Fire and Rescue Conduct Training Exercises at Saffron Court, Nottingham

12 Jul 2018, Posted by Gemma Carr in The Winvic Way

When Winvic were approached by Luke Vere, Watch Manager at Nottingham Fire and Rescue, with the request to conduct a simulated rescue on our eight storey multi-room site at Saffron Court, Nottingham, we jumped at the opportunity to assist the neighbouring service. Saffron Court is where we are working with developer Cassidy Group and real estate asset manager Cording to deliver a high quality PRS…

Site visit provides ‘real life experience’ for French apprentices

22 Jun 2018, Posted by Gemma Carr in The Winvic Way

Students from L’école d’ingénieurs CESI gain a valuable insight into the into the civil engineering industry during a visit to SEGRO Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway At the end of May, a group of 35 construction engineering apprentices and two of their tutors from the French institute L’école d’ingénieurs CESI (CESI) visited the 700-acre SEGRO Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway…

Institution of Civil Engineers impressed with progress at East Midlands Gateway

05 Jun 2018, Posted by Gemma Carr in The Winvic Way

Members of The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) gained an insight into the civil engineering challenges faced on a project the scale of the 700-acre SEGRO Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway during a recent visit to the site. 17 ICE members visited the development, which has planning consent for approximately 6 million square feet of logistics accommodation and will incorporate…

Winvic Supports a Trip Back in Time at Mountpark Southampton

30 May 2018, Posted by Gemma Carr in The Winvic Way

When building something new for future use, we often build using the foundations which have been set for us in the past, whether this involves a new process evolved from old techniques or building on the grounds of former historical sites. At Mountpark Southampton, where Winvic is the main contractor for Mountpark Logistics on a site that was formerly a…