Our Construction Projects
New Extensions and Refurbisment of Grade 2 List Building
Main Contractor : – Willmott Dixon
Project Value £7.5million
As part of a £7.5 million investment, the new building would be connected to Greestone Centre, formerly occupied by the University of Lincoln’s art department, by a glazed corridor.
The new two and three-storey building will replace the current workshop on site, which will add more tuition rooms and accommodation.
The new steel-framed building required excavation of 2,500 m3 of spoil to form a partial basement. It is clad in Ancaster Limestone sourced Grantham, with a roof divided into seven seperate slopes.
The works included straddling the new extension over the ancient Roman city wall & working around an ancient burial ground
There will be extremely limited extra parking added on site and extra landscaping.
The new college would serve students aged 14-19 with an interest in engineering and science, offering full courses and apprenticeships at local businesses.
The courses are developed through a partnership of Lincoln College, University of Lincoln and Siemens Lincoln.
The existing grade 2 listed building formed part of the refurbishment element of the project
Nova Victoria, London
Project:- Nova Victoria, London
Luxury Apartments, Retail & Office
Main Contractor: – Mace
Project Value £380 million
Page Building consultants role:- Measurement and valuation of variations and architect instructions.
Nova North and Nova South are two distinct, architecturally daring buildings within the Nova, Victoria scheme, helping to create a new landmark business address in London and attract world-class corporations to Victoria.
Works in included a 12 m deep basement, utilising the Top-Down method of construction
Both state-of-the-art office buildings designed by PLP Architects, Nova South is the largest building in the Nova scheme and brings stunning contemporary architecture to SW1.
Nova South is designed to the highest specification and configured to meet the demands of the most discerning occupiers, it offers 296,000 sq ft of office space across 15 spacious floors, with floor plates ranging from 11,000 sq ft to 32,000 sq ft.
Completion was achieved in 2016
Solihull Retirement Village
Main contractor ;- Galliford Try
240 Bed Care for Extracare Chartitable Trust
The building comprised of a 12 storey insitu concrete frame building , with metsec steel infill with a rendered and steel clad finishes .
Based on the site of the former Powergen offices at Shirley, the village will offer a new lease of life for the over 55s with ExtraCare Charitable Trust , Solihull Village will give the residents the chance be part of an active and vibrant community, where they can share their skills and learn new ones.
King William Street , London
Project :- King William Street , London
Refurbisment of Grade 1 listed Building & New Façade Works ,
Main Contractor : – McLaren Construction
The works involved the 1997 extension, behind a 1920’s Grade II listed building, being 50% demolished from roof level to ground floor, leaving just a core structure.
This will then be replaced with a new primary structure, which when finished, will be clad in handmade brick. Complete with extensive Cat 1 fit out works
The property is adjacent to Bank Station is owned by UD Europe Limited, a wholly-owned of NTT Urban Development Corporation (c/o Kajima Partnership Limited), is the former home to Rothchilds
Refurbishment of A Grade Two List Building – Leicestershire
Contractor : Mercer Building Solutions
Works included the removal of the one of countries first indoor wavepools and a squashcourt . The conversion reverts the wing of the building back to living accommodation
Phase Two of the works is to start soon , which involves installation of 4 new bathrooms set within the existing house complete with 15 feet high ornate plaster cast ceilings