Earlier in the year, the national press ran a major story on British engineering giant Dyson’s plans to open a vast new global Tech Campus in Wiltshire on a former MOD site, and double its workforce to around 7,000 in the next five to six years. Now TClarke South West is able to announce that it has secured the M&E package for the first phase of this project with Main Contractor, Kier.
TClarke South West MD Rob Faro is delighted with the win:
“We are always delighted to win major projects in the region where they fit with our targeted tendering and relationship based approach in partnership with main contractors such as Kier. These projects are critical in spreading the TClarke name as we build our operation across the South West.”
“But I must admit to a special pleasure in being associated with another British engineering firm - one who doubtless has an enormous public reputation - but which certainly shares our commitment to quality work, innovation and real jobs in British engineering.
“As well as providing a facility for research on robotics, battery cells, vision systems, machine learning, and AI, the sheer scale of the 517 acre Hullavington site means that manufacturing could be done there if the company wanted. All in all, it promises to be a wonderful job in which to be involved.”