Testimonials

“Lands’ End is a well known clothing retailer which operates from their 240,000 square foot, state of the art distribution centre in Rutland. The company has been in the industry since 1963 and has grown from their origins in Wisconsin, USA to supply most of Europe through their online network.

Quantum Construction worked on the multi million pound extension to their European distribution centre, delivering the project ahead of schedule whilst meeting the detailed environmental challenges imposed by the client.

Adam Osbourne, Facilities Manager for the Lands’ End Company says, “Quantum Construction has provided our company with a successful and efficient service on the extension of our facility. They are always ready and willing to help with any enquiry and we are extremely pleased with the service our company has received.”



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Projects - St Mary Magdalene Church Hall
St Mary Magdalene Church Hall

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Project:
St Mary Magdalene Church Hall
Location:
Albrighton, Shropshire
Value:
£260,000
Client:
Parish of St Mary Magdalene Church
Contract:
JCT 1998 WCD
Duration:
18 Weeks
Architect:
Pinnegar Hayward Design
Structural Engineer:
The Sprigg Little Partnership
 
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A Design and Build project where the Client, the Parish of St. Mary Magdalene, required additional support in order to facilitate procurement of the most appropriate scheme to suit their requirements.

The project involved demolition of existing temporary building and construction of new Community Hall, all within the confines of a Conservation Area adjacent to the 13th century Church and graveyard.

To minimise disruption to the Parish, construction works were scheduled, and undertaken, to tie in with the Church’s various undertakings and commitments.

The new building was designed and constructed to house the Parish office and printing centre, along with a Community Hall, full toilet facilities and storage rooms.

A comprehensively fitted kitchen was linked to the hall by a serving hatch, protected by an automatic fire shutter linked into the fire alarm system.