Category: Residential


Fusion provides offsite insight to PRS

On Tuesday 13th March, architects, contractors and developers with an interest in the use of offsite construction methods for Private Rental Sector (PRS) projects, attended an open day at light gauge steel specialist Fusion Building Systems. The event was organised through Explore Offsite as part of their Inside Offsite Tour calendar. Around 60 delegates joined […]


Fusion moves from trial to live with Barratt

Following its successful completion of an offsite trial project with Barratt Developments last year, Fusion Building Systems is now working on its first live site with the residential housebuilder. Work started on site for Fusion at Barratt’s Cane Hill Park development in Coulsdon, Surrey in June. Over the past eight weeks, the designer and manufacturer […]


Tenants Take the Offsite Tour

Ahead of construction work starting on site at Little Cross Street in Northampton, Fusion Building Systems took tenants and senior personnel of Northampton Partnership Homes (NPH) on a tour of its manufacturing facility, where the light gauge steel superstructures for their new housing will be designed and made. The tour took place on Wednesday 26th […]


Modern methods of construction provide perfect solution for historic renovation

Work has started on the redevelopment and extension of Horsforth Mill in Leeds where Fusion Building Systems is designing and manufacturing a light gauge steel superstructure for 50 luxury apartments, contracted by Landstock Developments (Northern) Ltd. Horsforth corn mill is a Grade II listed building dating back to the 1770s. Sadly neglected for decades, planning […]


Barratt Developments visits Fusion in offsite construction review

Fusion Building Systems has hosted a visit by Barratt Developments, the country’s largest housebuilder to its Northampton factory as part of a selection process to find suitable offsite manufacturers to support its search for new off-site and modern methods of construction. The visit by Barratt Developments’ CEO, David Thomas and COO, Steven Boyes, took place […]


Fusion delivers on promise for Willmott Partnership Homes

In its first project under a new sole supplier framework agreement with Willmott Partnership Homes (WPH), the residential arm of construction company Willmott Dixon, Fusion Building Systems has delivered on time and on budget. The light gauge steel frame company was contracted to work on WPH’s Sayer Court development in Royal Leamington Spa. Comprising 81 […]


Offsite manufacturing is perfect fit for Addleston

As excitement builds for the £70m regeneration of Addleston town centre in Surrey, Fusion Building Systems reports excellent progress on its design and delivery of steel frame structures for a key residential element of the scheme. Working offsite from its premises in Northampton, the light gauge steel frame company is working on the design and […]


Willmott Partnership Homes in sole supplier deal with Fusion Building Systems

Willmott Partnership Homes (WPH) has appointed Fusion Building Systems as its sole supplier for light gauge steel structures under a framework agreement running for an initial three years. With a shared objective to drive change in the residential housing market, WPH and Fusion’s partnership will help to demonstrate the capabilities of offsite construction methods as […]


Team Fusion steals the day at Old Oak

At one London’s most coveted regeneration schemes, Fusion Building Systems has proven that team work and a flexible approach to delivery are what makes a project successful. The Old Oak in Ealing, north London is a new building complex offering a different kind of accommodation aimed at ‘millennials’, mixing small private spaces with quirky shared […]


Fusion reach for the sky…

Fusion work on their highest project to date in Ealing, West London. The 9 storey light-weight steel frame project is set for completion in May. This superstructure encompasses some 12,000m2 and will provide 500 beds of student accommodation. Robert Clark, Head of Business Development added “Going over 30m was a move into the two hour fire […]