2,100 homes planned for UK’s largest cluster of Victorian gasholders

Great to see Craddys mentioned in the Construction Enquirer highlighting the temporary works projects we specialise in, giving new life to the Gasholders.

“Structural steel engineering specialists Craddys and Shepley have been closely involved in drawing up plans to reuse the cast iron gas holder structures, built between 1870 and 1882 for a cost of £300,000.

Both firms were previously involved in the project to dismantle, refurbish and re-erect the Gasholder No.8 guide frame at Kings Cross as well as the refurbishment and re-erection of the Kings Cross Triplets Gasholders”.

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