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  • Bifrangi Research & Development Centre

    Creating a large laboratory, workshop and office space

The client was so satisfied with our site team's performance and the quality of work at the finished Screw Press House, we were awarded a further project to construct Bifrangi's Research & Development Centre.

The project included a 2,500m3 laboratory, workshop and adjoining office block.The site team worked hard to ensure the multiple buildings and workshops remained in use and operational throughout the works. Recycling of materials was also carefully considered, with redundant concrete bases on site crushed and recycled for reuse.

Staff at all levels of our organisation found Henry Boot Construction’s site-based project management team knowledgeable, approachable and responsive. They dealt very efficiently with the inevitable challenges that accompany a project of this complexity. We found Henry Boot Construction to be customer focused and very professional, with a very positive and welcome ‘can do’ attitude ingrained throughout the company.

Barry Jackson, General Manager, Bifrangi UK

  • £8m

    Project value

  • 2,500m<sup>2</sup>


    Laboratory constructed

  • A design and build project

Key works included:

  • Bulk excavation works, piling and reinforced concrete works
  • Construction of a steel-framed cladded structure
  • Redundant concrete bases on the site were crushed and recycled

Involved in this project

Stem Architects Ltd
Ward Cole Consulting Engineers