Redevelopment of iconic Penryn listed property

Feritech Global have supplied steel fabrications for the redevelopment of Carrick Business Centre in  Penryn, Cornwall.

The Grade 2 listed building is being converted from outdated offices to comprise an exciting new mixed development, including commercial space and student accommodation.

The substantial warehouse property has a prominent waterfront location. It has 13,720 square feet internally over 3 floors.

Feritech has provided steel fabrications, including three floor support beams, one plate lintel and a large ‘goalpost’ structure for supporting the stairwell and roof above.

The property development company which is managing the project is JPM Integrations Limited, which is based in Derby.

Andrew Davies, Project Manager at JPM Integrations, said: “We have been really impressed by the responsiveness of the team at Feritech as well as the high quality of their engineering. The work has been delivered to extremely short lead times. The whole process of design and fabrication has been streamlined and efficient. Feritech has proven to be a valuable and reliable supplier and one which we would now wholeheartedly recommend to others.”

Jonathan Samuel, Design Manager at Feritech Global, added: “At Feritech, we pride ourselves on providing a fully customised and speedy service to our customers. We are pleased that we have been able to provide JPM Integrations with the steel fabrications they needed and meet the very short deadlines demanded by the project. We always like to rise to any challenge and it has been great to work on the redevelopment of this flagship listed building.”