Through our ongoing relationship with William Hares, as well as our ability to do the impossible and exceed client’s expectations, Barnshaws got awarded with the Trinity Square metal bending project.
The £150m development is a revamp of Gateshead town Centre. The project comprises of a new Tesco Extra, new shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, a new 993-room student village, over 750 parking spaces & a new town square.
Barnshaws Metal Bending have curved an array of sections and sizes ranging from 350mm square box to 100mm angles. We also curved the 350 square SHS to a tighter radius than we had ever previously achieved, which made the client very happy with the outcome.
To view the process of Trinity Square development please visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-yMs7hV_uc
For more information about Trinity Square please visit: http://www.yourtrinitysquare.co.uk/index.aspx
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Established in 1969, Barnshaw Section Benders are based at six manufacturing sites around the UK, located in the West Midlands, Manchester and Hamilton, Scotland. Across these sites over 120 specialist machines are housed, and have provided metal bending services for some of the country’s largest projects, including shopping centres, football stadiums, airports, and most recently the Olympics. All types of bending services are offered including plate bending, steel curving, aluminium bending, induction bending, pipe and tube bending. Also available is profile cutting, tube rolling and laser cutting services.
For more information, please contact Craig Barnshaw.
Tel: 0121 521 5219
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