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5 02, 2018

Pedal to the metal with REIDsteel at Thruxton

2018-02-05T18:34:33+00:00 February 5th, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Work is revving up for the completion of a flagship hospitality centre at the iconic Thruxton Motorsports Centre with specialist support from John Reid & Son Ltd (REIDsteel).

The state-of-the-art complex in Hampshire will include a restaurant, bar, exhibition gallery, function rooms, hospitality suites, catering facilities, viewing terraces and a balcony.

We’ve designed, manufactured and supplied all of the steelwork, cladding and glazing for the modern, two-storey building alongside local contractor Mata Construction.

Project architect is the Chapman Partnership, which specialises in the motorsport and automotive, leisure and entertainment industries.

The £1.5m centre’s innovative design includes a grand atrium and entrance lobby to reflect the dynamism of motorsport and Thruxton’s rich heritage.

REIDsteel Project Engineer Toby Hill-Cousins, said: “Thruxton wanted an innovative and modern hospitality centre to reflect its status as one of the most iconic motorsport and leisure venues in the UK.

“We have designed, manufactured and supplied stadia for a wide range of clients over many years, including Premier League football clubs, and are delighted to help deliver this landmark project which will support the venue’s growth for years to come.”

Thruxton, which is near Andover, […]

22 11, 2017

More hard work needed after Budget

2018-01-11T12:19:55+00:00 November 22nd, 2017|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |

Business rates, VAT thresholds and investment in 5G mobile networks, full fibre broadband and artificial intelligence were among the  measures in today’s Budget.

It also included a pledge of £3bn to prepare for Brexit and growth figures for economic growth and productivity downgraded.

Our managing director Simon Boyd said: “It was disappointing but not surprising to see productivity growth and business investment figures revised down.

“Measures in the Budget to encourage investment, training and new technology may go some way to address this, yet the only real solution remains with a clean Brexit from the EU and the freedom that offers our businesses free from the constraints of EU regulations and directives.

“The Chancellor promised to set aside £3bn to prepare for our departure although he must ensure that there is enough for a ‘no deal’ scenario in our future trading arrangements.

“He declared it a Budget to make Britain fit for the future but more hard work needs to be done over the coming months to make sure we are ready for Brexit, and on our own terms if need be.”

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