Projects On Site
Over the summer months we have hit site with a series of projects for a diverse range of clients
This new Headquarters for British Sugar and other Associated British Foods companies is now under construction on a 4.5 acre site in Hampton, Peterborough, the contractor is Bowmer and Kirkland. Associated British Foods plc is a British multinational food processing and retailing, its ingredients division is the world's second-largest producer of both sugar and baker's yeast and a major producer of other ingredients; its retail division includes Primark and Selfridges.
Goldsmith St, Nottingham
GF Tomlinson has started work on this building for Nottingham Trent University; an open and flexible office space for around 200 people in a prominent location facing the Newton Building.
Henry Boot Construction has started work on the Rolls-Royce University technology Centre (UTC) at Loughborough University, a strategic partnership between academia and industry set up to investigate Combustion System Aerothermal Processes.
The research ultimately enables Rolls-Royce plc to develop new and improved technologies for gas turbine engines that will meet future economic and environmental targets.
Now under construction by Morgan Sindall, this is a new building on the site of the Slimming World headquarters on Clover Nook Road, in Alfreton, it will accommodate a new Training Centre and Restaurant. The project will allow for the company to develop its training operations in a purpose-built space, and will provide new catering facilities designed to suit it expanding business.
Cripps Health Centre, University of Nottingham
Located on a site on the main University campus this will be the largest health and dental care centre in the UK, catering as it will for over 40,000 patients. The contractor is Interserve. The building includes GP consulting rooms, 4 bed Observation Rooms, Physiotherapy Rooms, Enhanced Procedures Rooms, Treatment Rooms, Mental Health Rooms a Seminar Room, 8 Dental Treatment Rooms and a Commercial Pharmacy.
Liverpool International College, University of Liverpool
Kier Construction is about to start on Kaplan’s new £35 million facility to be called Liverpool International College. The College will recruit and prepare more than 800 international students for entry into the University’s degree programmes each year with courses in academic skills, key subject knowledge and English language.
The new college facility will provide a home from home for international students. It will house a café, Knowledge Hub, study booths, and social areas with game and study zones with expanded opening hours to suit students’ varied schedules, there will also be a 13-storey, 259-bed student accommodation block and three-storey teaching building.