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Hörmann is the partner of choice for first distribution campus at Blythe Valley Park

Located on the outskirts of Solihull, Blythe Valley Park is an established 2 million square feet master planned campus for businesses and employees, with over 122 acres of beautiful parkland. The park has 500,000 square feet left to be developed, and the latest project to complete was a campus of five high specification industrial / distribution units.

The award winning developer, IM Properties, invested over £26 million in the new ‘Connexion’ scheme and needed to source the right suppliers to carry out the work on the high-quality project. The brand-new campus of units range from 30,000 sq ft to 56,500 sq ft, with two units already let to Gymshark and Hofer Powertrain products. So, when it came to selecting a professional manufacturer, leading door manufacturer, Hörmann UK, was the partner of choice.

Understanding the requirements of large warehouses and distribution centres, Hörmann was able to provide the site with products from their award-winning range of loading bay technology. As a result, the business supplied and fitted 13 dock bays, 11 level access doors and 29 fire escape doors.

With the ability to customise requirements to suit clients’ needs, Hörmann worked closely with IM Properties project delivery team to tailor a solution suitable for them. This led the company to ensure four of the dock bays were adapted for double deck bays and the level access doors were also fitted out with full panoramic vision windows.

Projects director at Hörmann, Tom Langley, was delighted when IM Properties selected Hörmann to undertake work on Connexion. He commented: “The Blythe Valley Park Connexion scheme was an exciting project for us to take on and being part of the very first industrial and logistics space on this site is something we’re proud of. We hope that the space will continue to appeal to a variety of business sectors. We also hope that IM Properties will consider us their partner of choice for future projects.”