GB Building Solutions has recently completed a 10.5-kilometer network of tracks within the Clayton Vale Nature Reserve to provide Britain's only inner-city mountain bike trail. The 'world-class' facility was opened to the public on the May Bank Holiday weekend and included mountain bike stunt demonstrations. The new course is expected to attract thousands of cycling enthusiasts to the area of Manchester. The network is run by the nearby National Cycling Centre – based at SportCity – and has been jointly funded by British Cycling and Sport England.
GB is currently undertaking Phase 2 of alteration and fit out works at the Print Works in Leeds to transform the 19th-century industrial buildings into the first phase of an exciting new campus for client Leeds City College and they recently had some very important visitors.
GB Building Solutions has been awarded a £4.9million contract to refurbish, renovate and modernise the Tyne Pedestrian and Cyclist Tunnels under the River Tyne. The tunnels and its facilities date back to 1951 and are Grade 2 listed. The contract was awarded by Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority.
GB has been awarded a £10 million new care home for Signature Senior Lifestyle in Epsom, Surrey. This is the third project awarded to GB by Signature following recent awards in Coombe and Marlow.
GB Building Solutions has been awarded a £34 million student accommodation scheme for Kings College London. The part new build, part refurbishment project, located close to their Denmark Hill Campus, will provide 74 bedrooms within an existing Grade II listed building and 643 bedrooms within four newly constructed buildings.
Work on Horley’s newest luxury care home officially got underway last week as a ceremonial shovel of earth was removed from the site on Court Lodge Road.