Acton Train Modification Unit

Acton Train Modification Unit

Acton Train Modification Unit

BHC is currently onsite at a new £23 million Train Modification Unit in Acton, West London.

The 550mPortal Frame building is being erected using over 600 tonnes of hot-rolled steelwork, 36 tonnes of cold-rolled and 1917mof metal decking.

The Train Modification Unit consists of a 160m train maintenance building including four pitted maintenance roads and an accommodation block to provide office and welfare facilities.

Once construction has finished, the development will provide London Underground with the facilities required to deliver major packages of repair and upgrade works on the existing fleet.

Barcaldine Salmon Hatchery

Works continue at Barcaldine Salmon Hatchery

Barcaldine

BHC continue to erect structural steelwork onsite at Scottish Sea Farms’ £37 Million salmon hatchery in Barcaldine.

Once complete the hatchery will be used to rear young Scottish Salmon to help meet the growing global demand whilst delivering significant sustainability benefits.

BHC have been onsite since Early February and are expected to complete works late Summer 2018.

HadFab

Had-Fab Industrial Extension

Had-Fab Extension

BHC continue to make progress onsite at the Had-Fab factory extension.

Concrete floor slab is now being poured and side wall cladding installation is on-going. The extension will cover the existing gantry cranes used by Had-Fab to give protection to the materials stored under the cranes as well as providing cover to the Had-Fab employees whilst they work in this area.

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William Grants

First Column Erected for William Grants Warehousing, Girvan

William Grant & Sons

BHC Ltd. erect the first column for new Bonded Warehouse for William Grant & Sons Distillers, Girvan.

Working with McLaughlin & Harvey, BHC Ltd. are erecting 200 tonnes of structural and 40 tonnes of secondary steelwork for the warehouse which will be used as a storage facility. The superstructure comprises a series of steelwork frames incorporating bracing in the plane of the roof and vertical bracing to the external elevations to transfer lateral loads arising from either wind loading or horizontal loads to the foundations.  The building is subdivided internally into four operational storage cells with the dividing walls provided by intermediate columns and horizontal restraint beams.

 

Allerton

Allerton Waste Recovery Park on track to open.

Allerton Waste Recovery Park

On track to be fully operational by the end of the year.

BHC fabricated and erected 1,866 tonnes of structural steelwork for an energy-from-waste unit located in Allerton, North Yorkshire as part of a multi-process waste centre servicing North Yorkshire County Council and the City of York Council. Construction of the Allerton Waste Recovery Park commenced in February 2015 and is on track to be fully operational by 2018.

The structure of the MT building comprises of a single storey, multi-curved steel roof supported on steel columns on a typical 11.4m x 25.1m grid. The stability of the building is provided by horizontal steel bracing at roof level which transfers loads to vertical steel bracing positioned along elevations.

Had Fab

Had-Fab Ltd. Industrial Extension

Had-Fab Ltd. Industrial Extension.

Recently BHC Ltd. have been working on an industrial extension building for Had-Fab Ltd. 

BHC Ltd. have been making good progress on the extension, with the structural steel almost complete and rear wall in place.

The extension will cover the existing gantry cranes used by Had-Fab to give protection to the materials stored under the cranes and to protect the personnel that work in this area from the unpredictable Scottish weather.

Arran

Isle of Arran Distillery, Lagg.

Earlier this week, BHC Ltd. made the most of the beautiful weather and captured some excellent scenes of  our progress on the new Isle of Arran Distillery, Lagg.

As you can see from the video, progress on the first three bonded warehouses is well underway.

 

Arran

Isle of Arran Distillery, Lagg.

A time lapse of BHC Ltd’s. progress on Phase One of the new Isle of Arran Distillery, Lagg. 

BHC Ltd. are the principal contractor for Phase One of the new Isle of Arran Distillery. The distillery is located in the small village of Lagg, on the southern coast of Arran.

Phase One of the contract will see the road infrastructure being put into place and the construction of the first three bonded warehouses. Each warehouse is approximately 1,000 m2.

The bonded warehouses are being built on the lowest part of the site, overlooking Cleat’s Shore.

JAS P Wilson

Office Extension, Dalbeattie

Turnkey Offices, Showroom & Store Extension

BHC Ltd’s Architectural Department have recently designed the new offices, showroom and store extension for JAS P Wilson, Dalbeattie. Planning Permission has been achieved and the team are now coordinating the Building Warrant for a site start this year.

DPC

Maintenance Stores & Office, Kirknewton

DPC Maintenance Stores & Office - BHC Turnkey

BHC Ltd. Architectural Department have been working closely with David Philp Commercials Ltd. to design their new Maintenance Stores & Offices located in Kirknewton. Planning Permission has been achieved and the team are now coordinating the Building Warrant for a site start later this year.