Caddick Construction (North West) has won a £4.3 million contract to build a 68,000 square foot distribution warehouse at Trafford Park, Manchester. Work on the new Guinness Point warehouse is now underway.
The distribution warehouse will be 14.5 metres high to the parapet and will include two floors of offices, together with a service yard, car parking and landscaped areas. The build contract also covers all drainage and external services.
Caddick Construction has a long history of involvement at Trafford Park and the surrounding area, having delivered The Williams Group’s £41 million flagship automotive retail centre at Trafford City and the international headquarters for Regatta on Mercury Way.
Trafford Park was the first purpose-built industrial park in the world and, with over 9 million square metres of business space, remains one of the largest and most successful business parks in Europe. Trafford Park is home to more than 1,330 businesses employing over 35,000 people.
Ian Guildford, Contracts Manager at Caddick Construction (NW), said: “Trafford Park continues to go from strength to strength and its popularity as a logistical hotspot for the North West shows no sign of abating. We are delighted to be working at Trafford Park once again, delivering another high quality, industrial unit to help meet growing demand from the logistics sector.”
Architect for the build is Liverpool-based Brock Carmichael, with engineering support from Healey Consulting. Project Manager is Black Cat Building Consultancy Limited.