O’Brien Contractors secures a place on Project Gazelle

Quantum Construction has awarded O’Brien Contractors a £900,000 groundworks package for a regional distribution warehouse in Bedford.

Codenamed Project Gazelle, the new 3,058m2 warehouse, including offices and distribution facility, is for Matthew Clark, a national drinks wholesaler with over 200 years' experience supplying drink products, hospitality training, labour management and marketing support to over 16,000 On-Trade premises across the UK.

The works to be undertaken by O’Brien include: pad foundations, service yard – including the ramps for the dock levellers, ground floor slab of in-situ concrete and associated drainage.

“We are delighted to have won this contract and have the opportunity to demonstrate our technical expertise to new client Quantum Construction,” said operations manager, Tony Mitchell.

“Organisations are looking for a partner who can provide the most cost-effective solution while always ensuring the best quality and speed of installation, a commitment we apply across all of our projects.”

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