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Marlow Update

Our current live projects are all making great progress; here is a recent snap shot of our industrial development in Marlow for our client Chancerygate. This unit will be reaching PC around mid-late October this year.

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The sun is shining on newly completed Swindon

Here is one we prepared earlier! Looking great in the September sunshine, is Trinity Park in Swindon. MCS completed this £4.5m project on behalf of Trebor Developments & Hillwood. The 78,750 sq. ft. building is split in to 2 units; works included HGV Access points, car parking, steel frame, windows, doors, landscaping and an internal […]

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Steels at Witney

Its great to see the steel going in on our site in Witney, Oxfordshire! Progress is also being made on the yard slabs in some lovely September sunshine.

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Big Yellow Frame

One of our newest sites in Uxbridge is looking marvelous. Another great project for Big Yellow, this development will become a 4-storey self storage facility with vehicle access, a service yard, parking and landscaping. The project contract will cover the main building shell and all external works comprising the steel frame unit with mezzanine floors! […]

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One from the archive

Looking back again through our previous projects and spotted this awesome refurb project we did at Magna Park in Lutterworth. We were appointed by owners Aberdeen Standard Investments to transform the 380,000 sq. ft distribution centre, a former Argos warehouse. The £7m contract involved the demolition of existing mezzanine structures, removing an extensive racking system, […]

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Mercedes Re-vamp

MCS have put Mercedes Benz World at Weybridge in the driving seat with a gear change! We have stripped out the existing retail unit and transformed it into a pre-owned vehicle sales hub. The work was carried out by our team in an existing live dealership and Mercedes Benz Museum.

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Coffee to go

When Costa ordered coffee to go, we stirred it ourselves and gave it our best shot and delivered their drive-thru at Pebble Mill in Birmingham. We like it a latte…

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MCS HQ TURNS ONE

A year ago this month we moved into our new home; our fantastic HQ in Warwick. 2020 hasn’t quite been the year we all expected, but we are looking forward to the future with positivity and determination – supported by an outstanding team.

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During a wet and windy couple of days…

We have decided to look back and brighten our day with images from our £13m contract in Kettering we delivered in 41 weeks last year. All done to a BREEAM very good standard.

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Another busy week ahead

Here is a progress photo of one of our sites in High Wycombe last week; 40:40 Link for client Chancerygate. This project is taking shape nicely to become units for industrial and commercial purposes.

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Recycling our old mcs Signage

Our current project at Witney is looking sharp in the sunshine – here is a picture of the site entrance presenting our old MCS Totem sign from our old offices in Claverdon!

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Tachbrook park transformation

Amazing jobs like this one at Tachbrook Park in Leamington Spa don’t come around too often. We delivered a complete transformation of these offices over a 77 week period. A stunning result, great place to work and short-listed for the BCO Awards.

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Units in Marlow

Construction continues to progress well at our site in Marlow. This flexible range of units will be available for occupation from October this year. Only 10 weeks to go until practical completion – it is great to be working with Chancerygate again on this project.

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Another Big Yellow

The construction of a Big Yellow Self Storage facility in West London has begun. MCS Group are delivering a four-storey development in Uxbridge for the UK’s leading self-storage company. This 32-week project is expected to reach practical completion in February 2021 and will deliver a 55,000 sq ft of storage facility. MCS Group have already […]

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Stirring Stuff

Our Primary Projects team got a real kick out of delivering a new outlet for caffeine kings Costa Coffee at the former BBC Pebble Mill site in Birmingham. Pop in for an Americano if you are passing and admire our handiwork! Read the full article here from The Business Desk https://bit.ly/3e4DQGM

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Witney Warehouses

We are really pleased to see that work is progressing at one of our latest sites Tungsten Park in Witney, Oxfordshire. MCS are delivering seven warehouse units on the 24-acre site at this speculative development. The units range in size from 10,000 sq. ft. to 125,000 sq. ft, totalling 289,442 sq. ft.

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Completion of Leicester project

Keys have been handed over to the client at PSA last week as mcs Build complete this 63 week project on Abbey Lane, Leicester.

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Office Closure Update

Following on from MCS closing down our sites this week, we have made the decision to close our HQ doors in Warwick. This will help protect our employees from COVID-19 and do our bit to help stop the spread. All staff are now working from home remotely and are still contactable via email. Please see […]

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MCS Sites Update

We have taken the difficult decision to close down our construction sites with immediate effect. Our message to our team and all those that work with us is to stay home, and save lives. Our view is that the only way to beat and prevent a catastrophic outbreak, like Italy and other countries have seen, […]

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BCO Awards

Our Kantar Millward Brown and very own HQ developments have been shortlisted for the BCO Awards! Unfortunately this event has now been postponed due to the COVID-19 crisis we are currently going through. These projects are both winners as far as we are concerned!

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Self Storage Success

MCS are delighted to announce we have completed our sixth self storage facility for Lok’N Store. The most recent being in Gloucester, with another pending completion in Leicester! Click on this link to read the full article from Commercial News Media – https://bit.ly/2wLDqFA

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