West Midlands Interchange sees Winvic appointed contractors

CGI generated general view of the proposed rail freight terminal at West Midlands Interchange, showing intermodal train and trucks with a red over crane in operation
CGI generated general view of the proposed rail freight terminal at West Midlands Interchange CGI by Winvic

Winvic Construction, a contractor specialising in large-scale civil engineering and infrastructure projects, has been appointed as the first phase contractor for the West Midlands Interchange (WMI) project. The project, valued at one billion pounds (1.16 billion euros), aims to establish the UK’s largest intermodal logistics site upon completion by 2034. Winvic’s successful track record, including its involvement in strategic rail freight projects like the SEGRO developments at Northampton and East Midlands Gateway, underscores its capability to deliver complex logistics schemes.

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Author: Simon Walton

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West Midlands Interchange sees Winvic appointed contractors

CGI generated general view of the proposed rail freight terminal at West Midlands Interchange, showing intermodal train and trucks with a red over crane in operation
CGI generated general view of the proposed rail freight terminal at West Midlands Interchange CGI by Winvic

Winvic Construction, a contractor specialising in large-scale civil engineering and infrastructure projects, has been appointed as the first phase contractor for the West Midlands Interchange (WMI) project. The project, valued at one billion pounds (1.16 billion euros), aims to establish the UK’s largest intermodal logistics site upon completion by 2034. Winvic’s successful track record, including its involvement in strategic rail freight projects like the SEGRO developments at Northampton and East Midlands Gateway, underscores its capability to deliver complex logistics schemes.

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