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Case Study

NRS Kincardine

Location: Fife, Scotland
Type of building: Industrial
Contract Period: 6 Weeks

We supplied and erected a 39.96m x 21.9m steel-framed building which measured at 14.95m to the eaves for SP Energy’s Kincardine site.

Robinsons Structural Steelwork provided their services for the main contractor on the project, NRS Group. Our experienced teams erected the frame on time and on budget, additionally installing a stairway and landing which ran adjacent to the building.

Materials included galvanised structural steel beams, with the walkway being created using durbar open grid flooring, slip-resistant tread plates, additional galvanised steel beams and Fensecure handrails. Overall, Robinsons provided 210 tonnes of materials, including crane steelwork.

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