Middlesbrough mayor Andy Preston says a construction built using steel from Finley Structures marks the beginning of a new era for the town.
Family-run Aycliffe firm Finley Structures completed a 685-tonne project on two structures at Middlesbrough’s Centre Square development.
The 210,000 sq ft scheme, which is being delivered by Ashall Projects, will create a 21st century business destination in the heart of Middlesbrough with Grade A offices.
Finley – which built the steel frame for Hitachi Rail Europe’s new facility in Aycliffe as well as factories for Nissan and Unipress in Washington and Nifco in Eaglescliffe – fabricated and erected the steel for main contractor Bowmer and Kirkland.
The structures have been kitted out to BREEAM standards and are within a short walking distance of public transport, parking, retail and leisure facilities.