Project Description

Kingston University Town House


PCE’s Total Safety Management approach ensured that, from initiation of Design to completion of the 6 storey, 10,000m² structure, all potential Health and Safety issues were considered and eliminated.


With extensive areas of the building’s internal and external concrete finishes and jointing between components being visible, component manufacture and construction procedures were controlled to the highest quality.


Construction completed in just over 40 weeks by PCE’s highly trained multi skilled workforce. Over 2,150 offsite manufactured structural components arrived at site on a digitally managed logistics ‘just in time’ basis.


PCE’s HybriDfMA Bespoke System solution enabled an architecturally complex structure and facade to be economically achieved by an Offsite and Modern Methods of Construction approach.

The Kingston University Town House story

Kingston upon Thames, UK

Kingston University

Grafton Architects

Main Contractor:
Wilmott Dixon

Project Manager and Quantity Surveyors:
Turner & Townsend

Consultant Engineers:

“World-class architecture isn’t just the preserve of the Russell Group!

I’m delighted that with Town House, everyone who visits, studies in, and works at Kingston University now has access to a beautiful and inviting space in which to learn, socialise and just be.”

Professor Steven Spier, Vice Chancellor of Kingston University.