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GW Deeley Lands Over 5m Contracts

Coventry-based builder G W Deeley Ltd has enjoyed a bumper start to 1999 – landing over 5 million of new contracts.

The company, which has its headquarters in Torrington Avenue and divisions in Northampton and Aylesbury, has started major projects in Southam, Bicester, Birmingham and Hemel Hempstead.

It is building a new 1.2 million production and office complex for Dywidag-Systems International Ltd, which is relocating within Southam.

The company, which has been in the town for 25 years, is a specialist supplier to the civil engineering industry.

Gerry Robbins, managing director of the German-owned firm said:

"At the moment we are operating from several different buildings so we will be moving under one roof, which will improve our efficiency and generally make life easier."

The 45,000 sq ft building is due to be completed in the late summer.

G W Deeley’s Aylesbury division has also secured a 2 million contract to build a new distribution warehouse and headquarters for London and Metropolitan Estates at Bicester Park, Bicester.

The building, which will be finished by June, will be occupied by Aura Books Ltd, which is moving to the park from Middlesex.

Deeley has also secured contracts with two neighbouring businesses on the Buckingham Industrial Park.

Caravell UK, manufacturer and supplier of chilling and freezing equipment, whose headquarters were built by Deeley in 1997, is expanding its operation with a new 24,000 sq ft warehouse extension, while bakery products firm Puratos is doing the same with a 10,000 sq ft extension.

Deeley’s Northampton division is refurbishing three floors of an office building for the Department for the Environment and the Regions in Hemel Hempstead, a contract worth 730,000, and constructing an 200,000 extension to a switch building for Cable and Wireless at Birmingham.

G W Deeley’s minor works division is also servicing repeat orders for Britvic, Solaglass, SPS and Shipley.

Managing director Peter Goodgame said:

"We are delighted with the way the year has started. The picture looks very buoyant with this new work and several other firm enquiries.

"It is always very pleasing to pick up new work but equally rewarding when past clients come back to us for fresh projects. It proves the quality of the work we do."

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