Parkway Construction have just completed a successful 2017 within the industrial sector with contracts exceeding 750,00sq ft.
This will be the third year of increased turnover with another increase to £45 million predicted for 2018.
2017 also saw an increase in Design & Build projects with special features. Three such new Design & Build projects for clients were completed in 2017.
Site E, Wolverton Mill
Suisse Property Holdings Ltd
This new 2 storey BREEAM excellent development will consist of the erection of an industrial unit with ancillary office accommodation, new vehicular and pedestrian access off Featherstone road, together with all external works, landscaping, parking and extensive remodelling of the site.
W&H Peacock Auction House
Another prestigious design and build project comprising the construction of a 35,000ft2 auction house, with 1st floor offices and sales areas, café, restaurant, galleries, display areas, auction halls and warehousing
The Kennel Club, Aylesbury
Aylesbury Vale Estates
Another prestigious design and build project comprising the construction of a 16,000ft2, 3 floor office building and detached store
Kettering North, Highway Junction
The construction of a adopted section of 140m of new highway, footway works, white lining, street lighting and signage together with the procurement of new services
In addition to the above Parkway continue with their sponsorship and chair of the Northants Construction & Property Forum, and have recently become founder members of the Property Development Quarterly Programme.
On Monday 29 January 2018, Parkway Construction welcomed a class from a local school to visit their new development, Link 9, in Bicester. The year 3 group of students at Longfrields Primary School are currently studying rocks and construction so they were eager to come along and have a look at what Parkway do.
Year 3’s from Mr Kellam’s Class
Longfields Primary School
'The year 3 children at Longfields Primary School want to say a huge thank you to Parkway Construction for not only allowing us to visit your Link 9 project but also for welcoming us in such a wonderful way. You made our topics of rocks and construction completely come to life and helped us understand in much greater detail all that we had been learning. The fact you taught us the importance of site safety by arranging for us to wear special clothing made us feel like real site workers. Seeing the bulldozers, diggers and cranes at work was amazing and letting us scramble around the rock ‘mountain’ was a treat. Most of all thank you for answering so many of our tricky questions which has really helped our understanding. All of you created an unforgettable experience and have inspired dozer drivers, project managers and building designers of the future!
We now all excited to see the completed warehouse project and are hoping our models will be just as good.'