Fusion News

19Sep

Offsite steel selected for Durham sustainable campus build

Fusion Building Systems has been contracted by Keepmoat Regeneration, part of the ENGIE group, to supply offsite-manufactured light gauge steel panelised superstructures, for the sustainably-designed Neville’s Cross student campus at Durham University. The Northampton-based offsite construction company started work on site earlier this summer, erecting the 274 high quality en-suite studio bedrooms which will make […]

21Aug

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 […]

14Aug

Fusion provides offsite introduction for Constructing Excellence

Constructing Excellence, the independent platform for improvement across the construction industry, held the inaugural meeting of its new Offsite Forum at Fusion Building Systems’ design and manufacturing facility in Northampton earlier this month. On Thursday 3rd August, 17 members of Constructing Excellence (CE)’s new Offsite Theme Group met to learn about Fusion’s light gauge steel […]

10Aug

Recent press coverage roundup

Below are links to some of Fusion’s stories which have featured in the news recently: OffsiteHub: Fusion completes on luxury student accommodation Fusion Building Systems has completed its work on Birmingham’s new high end student accommodation 88 Bromsgrove House, on behalf of Shaylor Group. TheBusinessDesk: On the move Nicola Rooney, an architectural Design graduate from […]

8Aug

Rooney Ready for Offsite Role

Nicola Rooney, an Architectural Design graduate from the Isle of Man, is Fusion Building Systems’ newest recruit in its flourishing design team. Joining the Northampton-based offsite construction business with a 2.1 BSc Honours degree from the University of Wolverhampton and work experience as an architectural assistant, Nicola will help design light gauge steel superstructures for […]

2Aug

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 […]

24Jul

Fusion completes on luxury student accommodation in Birmingham

Fusion Building Systems has completed its work on Birmingham’s new high end student accommodation 88 Bromsgrove House, on behalf of Shaylor Group. The offsite light gauge steel superstructure manufacturer has once again proved that modern methods of construction are the answer when build programmes are tight and site access is limited, by erecting the seven […]

20Jul

Farmer and Fusion Collaborate on Offsite Futures

Mark Farmer, author of the acclaimed ‘Modernise or Die’ construction industry report and Fusion Building Systems, a national offsite light gauge steel superstructure manufacturer, met this week to discuss ways of developing new training and career opportunities within the offsite construction sector. Taking their lead from the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB)’s report published in […]

4Jul

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 […]

31May

Fusion steps up recruitment drive to meet offsite demand

Northampton-based Fusion Building Systems has recently appointed two new team members and advertised for a further seven, in response to new contracts being won by the business as the popularity of offsite construction methods increases. Mark Webb has joined the light gauge steel superstructure manufacturer as a Project Site Manager from Stewart Milne Timber Systems, […]