Artist's impression of buildings forming part of the TeesAMP project

We’ve supplied 650 tonnes of our structural sections to Nationwide Structures to help invigorate the north of England’s technological landscape.

Costing an estimated £55 million, Teesside Advanced Manufacturing Park (TeesAMP) will provide a prime location for innovative manufacturing companies across its 11-hectare site.

Set in the heart of the Tees Valley, it will provide a 21st century environment designed to encourage the clustering of like-minded businesses from a variety of industrial sectors.

TeesAMP is situated next to the well-established Riverside Park industrial development on the southern bank of the River Tees. The A66 is also just seconds away with access to the A19 and A1M just a few minutes away. Middlesbrough Railway Station is also just a 10-minute walk away.

Phase 1 of the development will create 180,000 sq ft of high quality accommodation across 17 buildings, with the potential creation of 1,000 jobs. Phase 2 will focus on bespoke buildings and processes, extending up to another 100,000 sq ft.

Stockton contractor, Nationwide Structures, is delivering a steel fabrication contract worth £1.3m to the project, using steel from our Redcar site.

TeesAMP’s first buildings are due to be ready for occupation by December 2019.


We aim to use as much local steel as possible – around 90% will come from British Steel in Redcar. I think that’s about as local as you can get.

Andy Dagnall, Nationwide Structures Regional Manager


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