Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building, University of Warwick

PCE has been instructed by Willmott Dixon Construction Limited to provide the structural frame of the new £54M state of the art five storey research building for the University of Warwick, located on the Gibbet Hill campus.

Heaviest Composite Construction Deltabeams to be manufactured installed at University of Warwick

December 17th, 2019|Comments Off on Heaviest Composite Construction Deltabeams to be manufactured installed at University of Warwick

Deltabeams weigh approximately 48 tonnes each The Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building project for the University of Warwick where Willmott Dixon is the Main Contractor has extended the range of structural innovation for PCE’s HybriDfMA Offsite Design [...]

  • Rigorous standard testing procedures on the components that will be delivered and installed at the University of Warwick
  • Quality assurance and checking procedures carried out within the offsite construction facility
  • Precast coordinators and engineers regularly check precast components in the factory
  • PCE’s HybiDfMA offsite engineered construction method
  • Checking that the fabricated reinforcement cages are actually made to the requirements of the design drawings
  • Offsite construction product quality management for the University of Warwick’s Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building
  • A series of quality checking procedures take place continuously

Offsite construction quality checking procedures for Biomedical Research Building

November 20th, 2019|Comments Off on Offsite construction quality checking procedures for Biomedical Research Building

Rigorous standard testing procedures Thorough quality checking of Offsite engineered components is an essential feature of PCE Ltd's HybriDfMA construction approach. Frequent validations help ensure that the client's and PCE's expectations of high standards are continually maintained.  [...]

  • The Warwick University project demonstrates just what PCE’s off-site engineered HybriDfMA systems are capable of
  • The Hybrid Frame will be built by PCE with a mixture of precast concrete components
  • PCE is the preferred specialist for the project providing the client with a System build Frame Solution
  • PCE has been instructed by Willmott Dixon to provide the structural frame
  • Construction of the state of the art five storey research building for the University of Warwick

Record scores achieved in recent Health & Safety Audit

October 31st, 2019|Comments Off on Record scores achieved in recent Health & Safety Audit

High safety standards achieved on University of Warwick project PCE Ltd's project and construction teams at University of Warwick have recently been praised for the Health & Safety standards which they are achieving on [...]

  • Construction of a five storey research building using PCE’s Offsite Engineered HybriDfMA frame system
  • New £54m state of the art five storey research building by PCE
  • Nine-metre-high architecturally finished pre-cast concrete Auditorium and Core wall panels by PCE
  • The PCE construction team at the University of Warwick
  • These exposed finishes will form an important architectural feature in various areas

University of Warwick update 2 – the Offsite Engineered HybriDfMA frame system

October 22nd, 2019|Comments Off on University of Warwick update 2 – the Offsite Engineered HybriDfMA frame system

Work underway on the £54m research building Construction is underway at the University of Warwick, where PCE is providing the structural frame for the new £54m state of the art five storey research building utilising [...]

  • The digitally engineered and Offsite manufactured structural frame will feature areas of high quality exposed precast concrete
  • PCE is the preferred specialist for the project providing the client with a System build Frame Solution using their proven HybriDfMA approach
  • PCE will provide the structural frame of the new £54M state of the art five storey research building

Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building project commences

October 8th, 2019|Comments Off on Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Building project commences

University of Warwick, Gibbet Hill campus Value: £54.3M Client: University of Warwick Structural and Civil Engineer: Peter Brett Associates Architect: Hawkins Brown PM: Turner and Townsend Cost Consultant: [...]

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