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Sector MIXED USE

St. Marks Square, Bromley

St. Marks Square, Bromley

St. Marks Square, Bromley St. Marks Square, Bromley St. Marks Square, Bromley
ContractorMclaren ArchitectGuy Holloway, Studio Egret West
ClientU and I Group Value£90,000,000 Description

McLaren Construction has commenced the basement works of the proposed mixed used development in Bromley. Completion of the commercial element is due in Winter 2016 and the residential in 2017. The development is said to provide 200 more jobs to the area and attract £200million added value to the local economy in the next 10 years.

 

Ref: U + I Portfolio – St. Marks Square, Bromley

Poplar Baths

Poplar Baths

Poplar Baths Poplar Baths Poplar Baths
ContractorGuildmore ArchitectPRS
ClientGuildmore Value£27,000,000 Description

Poplar Baths was built in the early 1930s as a bathing facility in the east end of London. The building was used as swimming baths right up until its closure in 1985, where it was subsequently used as a training centre until 1988. The site had since been vacant, and had begun to deteriorate. The historic nature of the building and its iconic interior gave rise to its Grade-II listing by English Heritage in January 2000. PEP were appointed by Guildmore in 2013 to provide a structural and civil engineering services for the refurbishment and redevelopment of Poplar Baths.  The £13m development brings the building back into use as a leisure centre with swimming pool, gym, sports hall and rooftop MUGA. PEP have worked closely with English Heritage and the local authority conservation officer in order to specify sensitive repairs to the retained structural elements of the building. The project is due to be completed in summer 2016.

Clapham One

Clapham One

Clapham One Clapham One
ContractorUnited House ArchitectDLA
ClientU and I Group Value£28,000,000 Description

The award winning mixed-use PPP development was completed in early 2012 by joint venture partners Cathedral (Clapham) Ltd & United House.

The structure consists of a library, primary care trust, NHS family doctors practice and 136 apartments. It now stands as a centre piece in Clapham High Street and is continually gaining and significance throughout the wider area of London

 

 

ColArt, Harrow

ColArt, Harrow

ColArt, Harrow
ContractorBarratt Homes ArchitectLAP Architects
ClientBarratt Homes Value£15,000,000 Description

PEP have been appointed by Barratt Homes (NL) as Structural Engineers on the proposed mixed use development at the former Winsor and Newton factory site in Harrow.  The development comprises commercial/retail units and up to 195 residential dwellings.

Royal Chambers, Guernsey

Royal Chambers, Guernsey

Royal Chambers, Guernsey Royal Chambers, Guernsey Royal Chambers, Guernsey Royal Chambers, Guernsey
Contractor. ArchitectCapita Architects
ClientLong Port Group Value£50,000,000 Description

Appointed as civil and structural engineering design consultants by Jubilee Group on a prestigious mixed use development overlooking the main harbour on Guernsey. The development consists of a 6 storey steel framed office building with an integral 2 storey basement, and a separate four storey residential block over 2 storeys of retail premises. The residential block also incorporates a basement car park and a leisure pool.

Canning Town, Caxton Street North

Canning Town, Caxton Street North

Canning Town, Caxton Street North Canning Town, Caxton Street North
ContractorCathedral ArchitectSEW
ClientU and I Group Value£55,000,000 Description

PEP are appointed as Consulting Civil & Structural Engineers by our Clients, Cathedral (Moss) Ltd, for the proposed development of a mixed-use scheme which will incorporate 340 residential units and 25,000 sq ft of commercial space and anticipate submitting a planning application mid 2013.  The site, currently occupied by two large redundant warehouses, is ideally located within close proximity to the new Emirates cable car terminal and within easy reach of the Olympic Park in Stratford.

Bradwells Court, Cambridge

Bradwells Court, Cambridge

Bradwells Court, Cambridge Bradwells Court, Cambridge
ContractorSDC ArchitectPanter Hudspith
ClientLand Securities Value£12,000,000 Description

A Design and Build project in the centre of Cambridge for Land Securities.

The project provides retail and residential units on an extremely confined site sandwiched between Emanuel College and Christ College. As a result there have been significant Party Wall issues to resolve, as well as the need to work around congested existing services in Christ Lane and diversion of an existing adopted storm sewer.

The two storey steel framed structure houses the retail units and supports one and two storeys of apartments over. The apartments are constructed from a proprietary cold-rolled steel framing system in order to reduce loads down on the supporting steel frame. Composite metal deck floors have been used for the retail units. The structure is supported on piled foundations with an insitu concrete suspended ground slab.

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Castle Lane, Bedford

Castle Lane, Bedford

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ContractorSDC Architect.
ClientComplex Developments Projects Value£15,000,000 Description

A Design and Build project in the centre of Bedford for Complex Developments Projects Limited.

The project comprised of 107 apartments and live-in work units in four blocks, each block ranging from four to seven storeys in height, over restaurant and retail premises at ground floor level. The blocks were generally of flat slab, reinforced concrete framed construction, with the exception of the upper storey penthouse levels which incorporated elements of steel framing. The development is close to the town centre shops, and the historic Castle Mound and river frontage along the embankment.

The site is historically very sensitive, with the eventual foundation solution of highly loaded, large diameter piles dictated by the archaeological requirement to limit below-ground disturbance to an absolute minimum. As such, no pile clusters were permitted and the overall piling solution had to be limited to 2% of the overall development area. PEP’s value engineering of the tender stage foundation scheme resulted in significant cost savings.