The infrastructure sector is acutely aware of environmental impact and therefore has a predisposition towards sustainable building solutions where sequestered carbon in structural timber members and panels can offset the positive carbon associated with vehicle movements. This enables the structure of their accommodation to contribute to the reduction in the carbon footprint of the industry as a whole.

Large spans (often with arched design details) are perfectly satisfied by the use of engineered timber with purpose designed steel connections.

Gloucester Gateway Services opened in May 2014 with the ambition to become a sustainable alternative to the typical lacklustre motorway service stations. The project was the brainchild of the Westmorland family, who are the company behind the popular Tebay Services in Cumbria. The Tebay service station has been offering fresh, homemade food to travellers since 1972... Read More