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Deck & Concrete Contract for Student Village

A new 1,600-bed student village in the Knowledge Quarter in Liverpool City Centre is the latest deck and concrete contract for Raised Floor Solutions. Islington Student Village, on Devon Street, is located 400 metres from the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University campuses. Three buildings will provide 578 student bedrooms. A further 317 Read More

RFS SECURES CONTRACT FOR UK’S LARGEST GP SURGERY

Raised Floor Solutions has secured the contract to provide steel floor decking and concrete flooring for the construction of the UK’s largest single site GP surgery. Based at the University of Nottingham, the new 33,000 sq ft health centre replaces an existing 40-year-old building and has been funded by a £9 million donation from the Read More

RFS Launches New Car Park Division

Raised Floor Solutions has launched a new trading division specialising in the construction of multi-storey car parks. Called ‘Metpark’, the new venture has been established following a significant upturn in the number of car park contracts being awarded to the firm. Recent multi-storey car park contracts include a new 1,700-space facility at London Luton airport, Read More

RFS ‘Chalks’ Up Another Car Park Contract

Raised Floor Solutions has secured another new car park construction contract, this time for a multi-storey facility in Ancoats, Manchester. Known as ‘Chalk Project’, the car park is part of a new residential development comprising 28 contemporary style apartments and 3 townhouses. Raised Floor Solutions has also secured the contract to provide steel floor decking Read More

Cheshire Leisure Complex Car Park Completed

Raised Floor Solutions has completed work on a new multi-storey car park within an £80 million leisure development in Northwich. Barons Quay is a premier leisure and retail park featuring shops, a multi-screen cinema, restaurants, cafes, new public realm spaces and parking for just under 1200 vehicles. Raised Floor Solutions’ trading division, Metaldeck Steel Decking, Read More

Multi-Storey Car Park Constructed at Luton Airport

Raised Floor Solutions’ Metpark division has completed work on the construction of a new 1,700 space multi-storey car park at London Luton Airport.  Raised Floor Solutions were on site for 12 weeks but you can see the car park take shape in just 90 seconds in this time lapse video! London Luton Airport saw the fastest rate of passenger growth of Read More

Concrete contract won on £39M Lime Street Scheme

Raised Floor Solutions has won the concrete flooring contract for a major new mixed-use development on historic Lime Street in Liverpool. The £39m redevelopment brings five new retail and leisure units, a 10-storey 412 bed student accommodation block and a new 101 room Premier Inn hotel to the area adjacent to Liverpool Lime Street station. Read More

Contract Awarded for Convent Conversion

The transformation of a former convent in Chichester into a free school is the latest contract win for the steel decking and concrete flooring teams at Raised Floor Solutions. The former Carmelite Convent in Chichester is at the heart of a new development for Chichester Free School, which, when complete, will be the only school Read More

Healthcare Access Flooring Contract

Raised Floor Solutions has been awarded the contract to supply raised access flooring for a new healthcare production facility in Leicester. The new purpose built manufacturing base, for healthcare brand Steris UK, will include a 60,000 sq ft warehouse as well as a research and development unit and offices. Raised Floor Solutions’ access flooring division Read More

Raised Access Floors for New Laboratory

The Access Flooring division of Raised Floor Solutions has been awarded the contract to provide raised access floors in a new laboratory for leading analytical testing providers, Eurofins. Eurofins is based within a state-of-the-art two-storey facility at i54 South Staffordshire; a 239-acre site with enterprise zone status and it’s own dedicated access to junction 2 Read More