A project gets underway on site this week for one of our longest standing clients of over 35 years, Precision Colour Printing of Telford.

Work will commence on the foundations and alterations to the 3 storey Wifag Press Hall built in the 1980’s. Following the removal of the old press, extensive alterations are being carried out to the existing foundations and building to accommodate two Komori offset presses, which are due to commence installation in two months.

PCP are at the forefront of the printing world working for some of the country’s leading publishers. Part of the work will be to install a new viewing gallery where existing and new clients can see the impressive production facilities and press machinery in action.

Having a working knowledge of our client’s estate, along with comprehensive record information built up over many years of working together, Riverside Architects and Riverside Engineers have been able to arrive at a cost effective solution to modify and adapt the extensive press foundations in order to take the new press lines without having to break out structures for investigation.

Tenders are to be sought shortly for the Seaton Valley Co-operative Society’s new supermarket which will have 700m2 of retail floor area and a petrol filling station on site in Seaton Delaval.

Both Riverside Architects and Engineers are collaborating on the project with work expected to commence on site in September 2013. Anticipated completion in March 2014 will coincide with the Seaton Valley Co-operative Society’s 150th anniversary celebrations.