New relationship delivers initial £5.9m multi-utility contracts on major East Midlands mixed-use scheme, Fairham

Fulcrum, the leading independent multi-utility infrastructure and services provider, has secured two new contracts, worth a combined £5.9m, at Fairham, Nottinghamshire.

The Sheffield-based company will supply the gas, electricity and water infrastructure and a primary substation at Fairham in Nottingham. 

The region’s most significant mixed-use development, Fairham is an £800m joint venture between Derbyshire-based Clowes Developments and Homes England, the government’s housing accelerator. The scheme will deliver 3,000 new homes, one million square feet of purpose-built commercial space and up to 2,000 new jobs on the southern edge of Nottingham.

Fulcrum provides all-in-one utility solutions that are designed to meet your needs. The company has a track record of excellence – always delivering on time and on budget. Gresham House Strategic PLC (LON:GHS) has a holding in Fulcrum.

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