University of Leeds, Sir William Henry Bragg Building updates

A new £96m development, the Sir William Henry Bragg Building, will be constructed to create an integrated campus for Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Leeds for Leeds University Campus Developments, to build on a shared interaction between these disciplines. 

  • The Sir William Henry Bragg Building
  • Sir William Henry Bragg Building utilising PCEs HybriDfMA Frame System approach
  • Exposed structural precast concrete columns and floor unit soffits within the laboratory spaces
  • PCE’s safety first approach with pre-installed leading edge protection
  • Flat soffits to aid M&E services distribution and provide flexibility
  • Exposed concrete to PCEs finished stair core

The ‘kit of parts’: over 1,750 off-site manufactured structural components

June 1st, 2021|Comments Off on The ‘kit of parts’: over 1,750 off-site manufactured structural components

Sir William Henry Bragg Building completed The Sir William Henry Bragg Building, constructed to create an Integrated Campus for Engineering and Physical Sciences (ICEPS) at the University of Leeds for Leeds University Campus Developments has now ...read more »

  • The PCE in house design team responsible for the structural design of the PCE HybriDfMA solution used for the Sir William Henry Bragg Building
  • This building is a very good example of how PCE’s in house structural design capability can achieve efficient and accurate designs

PCE Design Team visits Leeds University Project

August 27th, 2019|Comments Off on PCE Design Team visits Leeds University Project

"PCE HybriDfMA at its best" The PCE in house design team responsible for the structural design of the PCE HybriDfMA solution used for the Sir William Henry Bragg Building at Leeds University where BAM Construction ...read more »

  • 768 pre-stressed precast concrete flooring units installed on a logistically restricted site
  • PCE’s multi skilled site team installing the final pre-stressed precast concrete flooring
  • A total of 768 pre-stressed precast concrete flooring units have now all been safely delivered by PCE
  • The flooring units comprise just over 40% of the total of the offsite engineered precast concrete units used to construct the building
  • The structural solution adopted for the Sir William Henry Bragg Building is a excellent example of PCE’s innovative HybriDfMA approach
  • Leeds University Update. PCE installs last prestressed flooring unit

Leeds University update 6 – PCE installs last prestressed flooring unit

August 6th, 2019|Comments Off on Leeds University update 6 – PCE installs last prestressed flooring unit

768 pre-stressed precast concrete flooring units PCE’s multi skilled site team have recently installed the final pre-stressed precast concrete flooring unit at level 4 of the HybriDfMA frame solution for the Sir William Henry Bragg ...read more »

  • PCE complete ground floor level of Sir William Henry Bragg Building
  • The suspended Hybrid ground floor structure has been completed

Leeds University update 5 – ground floor level completed

June 17th, 2019|Comments Off on Leeds University update 5 – ground floor level completed

PCE completes ground floor level of Sir William Henry Bragg Building The suspended Hybrid ground floor structure has been completed at the The Sir William Henry Bragg Building at the University of Leeds. When the insitu ...read more »

  • PCE’s safety standards and processes knowledge is recognised on Leeds based project

Leeds University update 4 – PCE’s safety standards and processes knowledge is recognised

June 12th, 2019|Comments Off on Leeds University update 4 – PCE’s safety standards and processes knowledge is recognised

PCE working safely, effectively, as individuals, as a team and with others A site audit has recently been carried out at the University of Leeds, The Sir William Henry Bragg Building, currently under construction, ...read more »

  • Hot rolled and Delta Beam steel sections, insitu concrete and precast concrete components
  • PCE on site at The Sir William Henry Bragg Building in Leeds
  • Construction of the ground floor structure is well underway at Leeds University laboratory projectat Leeds University laboratory project
  • PCE's Delta Beam steel sections, insitu concrete and precast concrete components

Leeds University update 3 – the Offsite engineered Hybrid structure approach

May 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Leeds University update 3 – the Offsite engineered Hybrid structure approach

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 William Henry Bragg Building, a Leeds University laboratory project, overcoming the ...read more »

  • PCE on site at the fortcoming state of the art teaching and research facility
  • PCE's precast concrete components for the basement and ground floor construction
  • Construction of University of Leeds Sir William Henry Bragg Building
  • PCE’s HybriDfMA frame solution has started on site in Leeds
  • Below ground superstructure works completed in just 12 weeks
  • The composite precast and insitu concrete wall will form the watertight inner lining of the basement box

Leeds University update 2 – below ground elements require only 12 weeks and 10 people

March 25th, 2019|Comments Off on Leeds University update 2 – below ground elements require only 12 weeks and 10 people

The HybriDfMA advantage PCE’s HybriDfMA frame solution has started on site within the basement at BAM Construction's ICEPS Integrated Campus for Engineering and Physical Sciences project for the University of Leeds. The composite precast and insitu ...read more »

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