Best Use of Concrete Technology award for PCEResearch building wins “Best use of concrete technology” at Offsite Awards

PCE Ltd provided the structural frame of the £54M state of the art five storey Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building for the University of Warwick, located on their Gibbet Hill campus – a project which was recognised as displaying the “Best use of concrete technology” at the recent Offsite Awards.

PCEs Research building wins “Best use of concrete technology” at Offsite Awards

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Frames Solution HybriDfMA approach

Nickie Brown, PCE Managing Director said:

“The Warwick project is yet another consecutive prestigious Offsite Award and thus is a great reflection on how our business has developed over the past few years as well as a great message to our current and future clients as to what PCE can do and, equally importantly, how we deliver value.”

PCE was the preferred specialist for the project, having been instructed by Willmott Dixon Construction Limited to provide the client with a System build Frame Solution using their proven HybriDfMA approach. This delivered a time efficient and safe construction method with a multi skilled site team and offsite engineered products.

The development brings together nearly 300 biomedical researchers from across the School of Life Sciences and Warwick Medical School to fight human diseases.

Detail of PCE project that displayed Best use of concrete technology at Offsite Awards


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