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Singleton Birch asks Britcon to make new lab Magazine

Building and civil engineering company Britcon has secured at 350,000 contract to produce a different laboratory and offices for Singleton Birch at its Melton Ross Quarry near Kirmington in North Lincolnshire.

The contract was awarded about the back of a successful 200,000 project done by Britcon to supply a different tipping station for Singleton Birch recently. It’s also previously delivered the 400,000 Quarry Fines building on the same site to accommodate a bulk store, screen house, crusher house, microlime plant and ancillary facilities.

Britcon starts work the following to create the revolutionary 13,000 square feet laboratory and plant room which can have cutting-edge, purpose-built facilities on to the ground floor for any product quality testing process.? The initial floor will probably be devoted to provide new office accommodation for the Birch Energy team. ?It expects in order to complete the work after August.

Roger Webster, Project Manager at Singleton Birch said: “Britcon is extremely informed about the internet site from its previous works we’ve been very pleased with.?? It turned out an evident solution to keep these things provide the new laboratory and offices and we all keep expand our facility at Melton Ross.

Singleton Birch Ltd will be the UK’s leading independent lime supplier, that has a worldwide consumer base. Its range of products includes quicklime, hydrated lime, natural hydraulic lime, graded chalk, aggregates and other specialist products and services.? Its merchandise is included in producing steel, various chemical processes, waste and water treatment, purification of flue gases, output of lightweight building materials as well as other sectors of the construction industry.

Britcon offers dedicated expertise and resource for specialist mining and quarry projects which are recognised as dangerous industries to work in on account of continued use of massive earth moving machinery, utilization of explosives and ever present airborne dust.

It resources projects with protection specialists, geologists and civil engineers to interact through the feasibility and design phases and enable smooth and safe delivery, despite robust environmental challenges.

Other project experience includes the 5m infrastructure works along at the remote Glensanda Quarry on the Morvern Peninsula along with the 1.5m Buxton Bagging Plant.

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