Take a Look Behind the Hoardings as John Sisk & Son Open the Doors at the Project Dove Site, Tutbury, Nestlé’s Largest Construction Project

As part of the “Open Doors” weekend taking place on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th September, the John Sisk & Son site team is taking the opportunity to give the community an unparalleled view of the construction works at Nestlé’s Manufacturing Plant in Tutbury.
The team will host a number of 90 minute sessions over the two day event, where visitors will receive a tour of the site and gain a unique insight into the complexities involved in delivering this landmark development which will centralise Nestlé’s coffee production within the UK.


Sisk starts on £200m Nestlé coffee factory

John Sisk has started work on Nestlé’s £200m extension to its factory in Tutbury, Derbyshire.
The scheme is the Nestlé group’s largest construction project worldwide and will bring together all of the firm’s UK coffee production, including freeze dried, spray dried and pod technology.

Source : Construction Enquirer

Monster lift sends east London tunnelling machines 40 metres underground

Crossrail has marked a major milestone in the construction of London’s new rail line with the lowering of a 550 tonne tunnelling machine into a 40 metre deep shaft in east London last  ahead of the start of tunnelling for Crossrail’s eastern section of the new rail line.

The delicate operation required one of the largest cranes in Europe to lift the equivalent of 280 London taxis.

Perfect weather conditions were needed and the light winds and no rain allowed for Elizabeth to be moved underground.

Source : Crossrail