Sunday, April 21, 2024

Lindum Group starts work on office block project for DFDS

Lincoln-based Lindum Group has started to build a £3m regional office at Peterborough for international shipping and logistics company DFDS, and expects to have it finished by February next year.

Matt O’Dell, MD of DFDS Logistics UK&I Cold Chain, said: “We’re thrilled to begin work on the state-of-the-art office facility at DFDS Peterborough. This project is the result of meticulous planning by our dedicated internal project team, working in collaboration with our partners at Lindum Group, who have been very generous with their knowledge and expertise.

“The new building represents our business principles and hits the core pillars of our recently launched strategy. It shows our dedication to innovation, growth, and most importantly, providing our colleagues with a high-quality work environment.”

Lindum will also deliver a warehouse for incoming deliveries attached to the new offices, which will eventually link to a further warehouse facility to be built when the existing offices come down.

Lindum Peterborough MD Darren King said: “It’s great to see this project getting off the ground and marking the start of what will be a large project for a valued client.

“Having worked with DFDS to develop the scheme over the past two years, we have built a good relationship with them which will only be strengthened by this exciting project to help them modernise and expand their business.”

The three-storey building will feature a ground floor reception and facilities, first floor office space and a second-floor open terrace. There will also be solar panels installed on the roof to help reduce the running costs of the building.

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