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Mildenhall: Architectural glazing firm EAG lands new London contract with Shepherd Construction

06:00 02 April 2014

An illustration of the Capitol Way development in Brent, north London, for which Mildenhall-based architectural glazing company EAG is to provide curtain walling and glass screens.

An illustration of the Capitol Way development in Brent, north London, for which Mildenhall-based architectural glazing company EAG is to provide curtain walling and glass screens.

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Architectural glazing firm EAG has been appointed as a sub-contractor to provide a mix of curtain walling, doors and glass screens as part of a £64million development in Brent, north London.

The mixed-use scheme involves the creation of 379 apartments, 60,000sq ft of retail space and a 450-space basement car park on a former warehouse site in Capitol Way.

Main contractor for the scheme, on behalf of Royal London Asset Management and Neat Development, is Shepherd Construction.

EAG will commence work on site immediately in connection with the construction of a marketing suite, with the main works following later on in the year.

Edward Whipp, pre-construction director atEAG, said: “Having completed a £9m sub-contract for Shepherd Construction at Holland Park School we are delighted

to be endorsed by the Shepherd team again for their next project”.

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