Caunton Providing Support For Tottenham Hotspur Supermarket Development
28th February 2013 Paul Andrews
Structural steelwork provided by leading UK family firm
Caunton are supplying the steelwork for a new supermarket, which will be one of the largest of its kind in London. This will encompass 12,000 square metres with a sales floor area of 6,700 square metres and will be operated by Sainsbury’s.
This phase of what is entitled the Northumberland Development Project, announced by Tottenham Hotspur Football Club last year, also includes 10,200 square metres of commercial/educational space above the supermarket. Moreover the club has announced it is committed within the Northumberland Project to developing a new £400 million stadium development.
McLaren Construction has been appointed as main contractor to build the new supermarket and commercial/educational space to the north of Spurs’ proposed new stadium.
Caunton are responsible for the design and construction of the steel frame –comprising over 2500 tonnes of structural steelwork.
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