UK Construction Projects
Client: PC Harrington
The Project: 90,000m3 of concrete and 23,000 tonnes of steel was used in the construction of the new stadium. The roof alone weigh's almost 7,000 tonnes. At peak construction there was 1,500 people working on site. The new roof is over 11 acres. Four acres are moveable. 4,000 separate piles form the foundations of the new stadium. The deepest of these, at 35 metres, is as deep as the Twin Towers were tall.
What we did: Approx 450 as built drawings, we put together the site instructions with the original RC detail drawings to create that as built drawings to meet the safety requirements to assist the stadium to get it's structural licence.
Client: Peter Rees
Engineer: Alan Conisbee and Associates
The Project: 4.5 acres of wasteland turned into private, shared ownership and affordable housing.
What we did: RC details to substructure and concrete frame to 9 blocks of flats to the new Bermondsey Spa regeneration program using steelpac RCD to detail and Steelpac RCS was also used by the Engineers. The drawings where managed with Steelpac RDM and the rebar on site was managed through Steelpac Site.
RC Detailing Drawing: Click Here
Schedule: Click Here
Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital
The Project: The 1200-bed teaching hospital comprises an acute hospital, clinical sciences building and a new 130-bed mental health facility. The new hospital replaces the existing Walsgrave Hospital plus the majority of Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital , and is situated on the former Walsgrave Hospital site.
Client: PC Harringtons
The Project: One Wood Street offers over 162,500 square feet of extremely flexible office accommodation, as well as almost 11,000 square feet of retail space.
What we did: RC Details to the Sub Structure and the rebar detailing to the steel decking on the 9 Storey steel structure using steelpac RCD.
The Project: The new Scottish Parliament building incorporates a debating chamber, committee rooms, facilities for the public and offices for members and staff. Construction of the building commenced in the summer of 1999 and the building was occupied in 2004.
Channel Tunnel Rail Link
The Project: The Channel Tunnel Rail Link was built by London & Continental Railways Limited. It is Britain's first major new railway for over a century - running for 109km (68 miles) between St Pancras station in London and the Channel Tunnel.