CLIENT: Civil Engineering/Building
SERVICE: Cargill PLC
VALUE: £250 K
During a systems review at Cargill’s grain storage facility in Liverpool, it was deemed that there was a requirement to provide a new entrance and exit canopies to the large existing grain store.
Following the continued development of Cargill’s own safety policy, Moorcroft was asked to provide dry and safe facilities and access to un-sheet and re-sheet grain haulage wagons. Two portal frame buildings were constructed and clad, including foundations and new concrete road slabs, one at each end of the storage facility.
The project involved working in a tight location near to the dock side in an operational environment containing hazardous substances and processes.
The project was delivered ensuring that business continuity was maintained, balanced with safe and effective systems of work.
We worked with the onsite team resulting in an operationally effective facility being delivered on time and within budget.