Techrete Commended in the House of Commons During Sustainability in Construction Debate

Following a visit to Techrete’s Brigg facility in August with Philip Cox, Director of MPA Precast, local MP Holly Mumby-Croft had this to say about us on Friday:

‘I have a fantastic firm in my constituency, Techrete, which I am very proud of.  It has contributed to a number of buildings across the country and the world. There have been 600 projects in the past 37 years, and I will draw your attention to a small number that you may have seen, Mr Deputy Speaker, because they are all quite close to where we are.

The projects include King’s Cross station, the Olympic village and The Broadway on Victoria Street—if you walk out of here and look to your right, Mr Deputy Speaker, before you get to M&S, you will see that building. They also include Victoria Square, the Heathrow Express tunnel—we probably made the steel for the rails in that tunnel as well, and if we did, it will be the finest steel in the world—Wembley Park and University College London Hospital. On the South Bank, on the other side of the river, there are some buildings that we made, and there is also the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, Westfield shopping centre, the Imperial War Museum, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, the V&A and the lettering at Arsenal’.