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 build of bespoke residential accommodation for six apartment blocks, four to seven storeys high and totaling some 17,500m2.

Fusion is able to deliver the structures to site according to a strict works programme, slotting in neatly around other contractors when access opportunities are at a premium.

Robert Clark, Fusion business development director, said: “The Addleston regeneration project is demonstrating perfectly how offsite manufacturing can work for projects involving multiple contractors and over a challenging timescale. The Fusion system provides programme predictability as part of something much larger and more complex, and we’re pleased to be contributing our expertise to this aspirational development.”

The mixed-use project has been designed by Broadway Malyan and is being developed by Bouygues Development.

Fusion Building Systems works with some of the UK’s largest developments on both commercial and residential projects. Adopting an integrated approach where offsite manufacturing is incorporated into the supply chain from the start, Fusion’s partnerships deliver a seamless programme which produces high quality, precision-engineering structures for numerous market sectors.

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