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Lidl (Broxburn)

Location: Broxburn, Scotland
Type of building: Retail
Contract Period: 2.5 Weeks

We supplied and erected 113.82 tonnes for Lidl’s new retail unit in Broxburn. The 11 week project – of which we were on site for 2 and a half weeks – utilised 9 No. beams at 22 metres, and 1 No. beam at 26.4 metres, with the beams being coated with Sherwin Williams C400 80 microns white primer and intumescent.

Our team supplied and erected all the hot and cold rolled steelwork for this project, with works including detailing, fabrication, painting, fire protection and – of course – erection on site of the main structure.

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