New curing chambers and building project in Selby

Works have now been completed at the recent project at Selby, this involved erecting a portal frame over existing building so works were not disrupted. This frame was then fitted with a composite roof via cladboy system in one day, the existinginternal blockwork building was then demolished, all concrete slabs laid, all stainless steel racking erected and clad , all sides sheeted and all groundworks done within a  15 week schedule using 2 ten hour shifts, with cooperation from all parties involved we managed to finish a week early,the new plant is now fully operational.

Listed are a few professional photographs of the many tasks carried out by Chatham and Jackson both on the cladding/sheeting and on the civils , these tasks include.  Composite cladding. Stainless steel membrane all sealed via sealants and pop rivets, kingspan insulation, roof lights , and fabrication of dividing chamber walls constructed from panel boards and flat stainless sheets/corners all fabricated on site,  the groundworks carried out by us include foundations, main slabs, ductings ,pits,  drains,   setting of rail line to tollerances of  + and –  1mm for the automated fingercar to travel upon amongst many many other tasks.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in helping make this project run as well as it did and look forward to working with all the companies involved again in the near future.

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