Dewsbury architect delivers £1m warehouse project for national water bottling firm
A local architecture firm has delivered a £1m project on behalf of a water bottling contractor at its site in West Yorkshire.
Martin Walsh Architectural (MWA) has delivered a warehouse extension, new build warehouse and engineering workshop for Shepley Spring.
The project comprised the construction of a 1570 sq m warehouse; a 70 sq m engineers’ workshop and a 400 sq m warehouse extension at the firm’s facility in Kirkburton, West Yorkshire.
Matt Robinson, director at MWA, commented: “This has been an exciting project that has evolved significantly during our development.
“It’s not just a simple extension, but one that has been designed to house specialist equipment.
“As a result it is successfully supporting the client needs now and importantly it is ready to accommodate the business in the future.”
Charles Smith, operations director at Shepley Spring, added: “Our warehouse extension and new warehouse facility within our yard are already proving to be a success, offering us much-needed space.”
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