Digital technology is helping to deliver Sterling Services’ new offsite manufactured housing concept.
Faced with a challenging programme on Sheffield’s new £70m HSBC headquarters, Bam turned to Creagh to provide a BIM-modelled precast core.
The potential of BIM and digital technology is being embraced across the precast sector - leading to faster design and construction, more innovation, and better quality.
Eight key benefits of using brick-faced cladding: warranty, fire safety, steel framing systems (SFS), time and cost certainty, fewer site trades, reduced waste, health and safety, and quality
Swansea University’s new computational science centre used brick-faced precast cladding supplied by Sterling Services to achieve the complex façade design and reduce the construction programme.
A unitised façade system was central to the design of University College of London Hospitals’ new Centre for Ear, Nose, Throat and Dental Services.
Facing Georgian town houses in Bloomsbury, central London, the nine-storey Garden Halls student accommodation development used brick-faced cladding - manufactured by Thorp Precast.
Brick-faced cladding gives a building the appearance of being traditionally built – but the use of factory methods offers advantages in terms of design, quality and speed.
Birmingham city centre is experiencing a glut of residential building, and precast concrete is getting a slice of the action.
Burlington Gate is a stylish new development of 42 luxury apartments in the exclusive London neighbourhood of Mayfair.