An industrial village in London has been transformed and is ready for business earlier than expected thanks to Faircloth Construction.
Faircloth Construction, along with the expertise of sister company Atcost, has re-developed a factory that other contractors without such specialist skills would have had to demolish and rebuild.
This former brown field site was transformed into an attractive 92,000 square foot business park.
Faircloth Construction secured the extension of Veetee Rice extension in Rochester, Kent.
GLi turned to Faircloth Construction to help develop the Park Royal site in historic Abbey Road in north west London to meet increasing market demand for last-mile logistics space within the M25.
Located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich on the established West Thamesmead Business Park, the new, speculative Nathan Way development is set to deliver numerous economic, social, and environmental benefits.
Faircloth Construction's latest project with Newable Property Developments Ltd, formerly Greater London Enterprises.
The project includes the design and construction of 6,080 square metres of commercial premises and 14 units with associated parking and landscaping, as well as a new access route into the site.
Ten high quality industrial units have been newly constructed by Faircloth Construction in Brentwood.