The project – a 34-acre site with associated infrastructure and services, and units ranging from 3,000 sq ft to 30,000 sq ft – addresses a national shortage of high-specification buildings for advanced manufacturing and is expected to create around 1,000 new jobs.

Assuring certainty for our customer

Our customer's initial ground investigations indicated no major issues on the site which had historical railway and industrial elements. To ensure certainty for our customer and supply chain, we carried out our own site survey before starting construction. The results were significant, revealing a network of Victorian tunneling and industrial brickwork from Newport Ironworks which dated back to 1864, and three different ground conditions. By addressing these challenges before onsite works, the benefits for our customer included:

KEY FACTS

“We always seek to use as local a supply base as possible on our projects. Given the strong steel heritage of the Tees Valley, it was particularly important that we were able to commission a local steel fabricator."

– Garry Hope, Managing Director of Robertson North East

COMMUNITY FOCUS

“We are in talks with a number of companies who are interested in moving to TeesAMP – bringing high-quality advanced manufacturing jobs with them – and that’s what it’s all about.”

– Geoff Hogg, Cleveland Property Investments

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