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GMI appointed for phase one at Burnley Bridge
September 15th, 2013
Award-winning Yorkshire construction company GMI has been appointed to build and refurbish two prestigious warehouse and industrial units for Phase One of Burnley Bridge Business Park.
GMI has been contracted to build out Magnesium Court and refurbish The Cobalt Building.
Magnesium Court comprises 29,000 sq ft of excellent warehouse and industrial space, while the larger Cobalt Building is 64,100 sq ft (See Spotlight feature overleaf).
James Chapman, managing director of developers Eshton, commented: “This is a very important appointment and crucial to the success of Burnley Bridge. GMI Construction has an excellent reputation for being reliable, efficient and professional and for completing quality projects on time and within budget”.
“Our business park is set to create up to 1,400 jobs for the region and it is appropriate that a first-class northern construction company should be working with us to kick start the project.”
GMI Construction Group PLC (GMI), based in Leeds, was formed in 1986 and has grown to become a well-established successful building and construction services company operating throughout the UK.
Jarrod Best, Group Managing Director for GMI Construction Group said: “We are delighted to be involved in this exciting project with Eshton. The development of Burnley Bridge Business Park will bring excellent industrial/distribution services to the local area and beyond”.