Business Development Director Simon Harold will be demonstrating at Offsite Expo how PCE Ltd’s HybriDfMA approach on the recent Kingston University Town House project showed how their innovative approach enabled the overcoming of a number of key challenges.
Key points will include:-
A 10,000m² Concrete Frame completely exposed in terms of concrete finishes and connections
Innovative TABS system integrated within Double Tee slabs to allow maximum optimisation of the buildings Thermal Mass
Integrated services design within the structural elements
Key architectural design aspects such as Feature Atria, Auditorium and Roof Gardens
Structural Architectural Concrete Colonnade creating external terraced spaces along with linkage to the adjacent pedestrian areas.
About Offsite Expo
According to the website, “… the event will play host to the leading UK and international offsite manufacturers and component suppliers showcasing a broad spectrum of panelised, volumetric modular solutions, pod and prefabricated MEP solutions, as well as the latest in Digital and BIM technology.”
The event runs from 24th – 25th September at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry.