CPUK wins £3.6m YMCA contract

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Skelmersdale's Construction Partnership UK (CPUK) will build an apartment scheme in North Staffordshire after winning the £3.6m contract tendered by the YMCA.

The development will consist of 46 transitional living apartments, built of behalf of the charity to help young people as they start a career or move to private accommodation. It is expected to be completed in March 2021.

The land is classed as brownfield and the project, a partnership between the YMCA and Homes England, will see the redevelopment of an existing car park and grassed area.

CPUK had already secured £80m of orders for 2020 before this latest win.

Steve Burke, managing director of CPUK, said: “We are winning more work across all sectors, but we are seeing particularly strong demand in residential, both housing and multi-storey apartments.

We are seeing particularly strong demand for both housing and multi-storey apartments.

“This is our 20th year in business and we are already working on 10 sites across the North West and Midlands on projects valued from £1 million to £25 million, with a further four negotiated schemes due to start on site by the end of March.”

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