PCE Ltd is a market leader in the design and build of offsite Hybrid engineered structures based on the principles of design for manufacture and assembly, DfMA.
The PCE HybriDfMA process – construction from a kit of parts
Based on the Royal Holloway University project.
PCE Ltd is…
The PCE HybriDfma approach combining principally structural precast concrete, insitu concrete and steelwork to deliver modern structures, including the buildings external facades as required, is based on extensive experience within many construction sectors including commercial, residential, industrial, custodial, health care, schools and infrastructure.
PCE’s rationalised design solution approach for the various elements of any structure and their connections providing a “kit of parts” philosophy reduces the design process time without compromising on architectural expression, maintains high quality control with ease of manufacture and assists in providing a low waste, fast programme and cost efficient approach.
The latest electronic business systems, many purposely modified and developed by PCE, enhance project control and delivering certainty.
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Health and safety
An exemplary Health and Safety record and innovator of award winning site safety solutions. PCE continues to receive numerous awards from its clients for its focussed Health and Safety approach.
PCE places great emphasis on training, developing and encouraging career progression, thus maintaining a highly skilled and motivated staff throughout the company. A company proud of its employees.
Latest offsite Hybrid construction news from PCE
PCE completes ground floor level of Sir William Henry Bragg Building The suspended Hybrid ground floor structure has been completed at the The Sir [...]
PCE working safely, effectively, as individuals, as a team and with others A site audit has recently been carried out at the University [...]
Sir William Henry Bragg Building PCE Ltd's multi-skilled workforce is making good progress with construction of their HybriDfMA structural frame system for The Sir [...]