Valley –Preschool Meonstoke
The contract was to replace 5 existing modular class rooms that covered (126sq.m) with new shallow roof pitched modular structures that was in 5 sections were the majority of the fit out was done at the factory and only required minimal works on site internally.
The old existing buildings were situated behind the existing junior school and had to be lifted over the existing school building and the new units lifted back the building re used the foundation of the old building this was key to the programme and its completion.
There were many issues to overcome getting the crane through the village was one and then getting the cabin units through also this involved the whole village and community
We completed the whole development within budget and on Programme
MRI UNIT Winchester Hospital
Was a rebuild of the existing unit that burnt down it had to be constructed on the original footings
The design of the new building had to comply with the latest HTM specification .Whist the work was being carried out the temporary scanner was adjacent in the main car park.
The overall programme was 21 weeks with the first patience appointments set for the day after handover.
The building was traditional construction Brick and Block with a flat roof this also had an external plant room situated on the roof within a steel frame .The building was also linked into the main hospital in two locations these had to be maintained for fire exits from the main building. This was a very fast construction programme that put allot of pressure on the design team to allow the programme to succeed. Further complexity’s was the building in of the new MRI unit and CT scanner into the building whilst still under construction.
Queen Ann House
Which consists of a timber frame designed and manufactured by EBS/Elk.
The house consists of a fully designed timber frame some 8000 square feet and is manufactured in Austria and meets all requirements for efficient and eco-friendly installation.
The exterior has been designed to the Queen Anne period comprising of flint work, handmade Michelmarsh bricks and traditional lead dormers.