College Gardens

This project is of a significant value; a mixture of new build and refurbishment consisting of 9 phases, façade repairs and all within a live environment involving high profile key stakeholders.

Block 6 involved the refurbishment of the existing building - a completely new lining structure within the existing walls, new roof and designed M&E installations. The surrounding environment was crowded and complex with many different stakeholders.

The project was programmed in a 5 flat cycle producing a snag free project handed back in phases. Block 6 was handed back in sections to allow occupation by the client.

Project Details

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Project Value £11m

Completion Date 30/04/2019

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