Barnfield appointed on Pilkington's RGF project

Date: 24 November 2011
Source: http://www.placenorthwest.co.uk
Barnfield Construction has been selected by NSG Group as preferred contractor for the new coated glass production facility based on the Cowley Hill site in St Helens.

The £4.9m design-and-build contract, due to be completed in April 2012, will provide a 150,000 sq ft facility for the production of energy-efficient Pilkington K Glass.

The 280 metre-long building will also contain 10,000 sq ft of new offices. NSG acquired Pilington in 2006 and announced plans for the £36m coating line in April this year.

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