NPT DEVELOPMENTS CONSTRUCTION
Client: NPT Homes, Headquarters
Team: Total Regen
Type: JCT Design & Build Contract
Project value: £3,330,000
Procurement: Competitive Tender
Scheme Overview: NPT Homes is the second largest social housing provider in Wales and owns over 9000 properties in the Neath Port Talbot County Borough.
Brief description of the scheme: Total Regeneration was contracted to build NPT Homes’ new headquarters in Baglan.
Additional information: The project was constructed via a design and build contract and drew extensively on Total Regeneration’s expertise stretching across a variety of renewable technologies.
The steel frame, three storey building had an extensive collection of sustainable features including ground source heat pumps, solar thermal and photovoltaic arrays, natural ventilation system and water systems boosted by grey water and rainwater harvesting systems.
Natural ventillation was serviced from a standalone Energy Centre which also housed the standby generator systems which was included primarily to serve the buildings extensive IT features.
The 22,000 ft2 project evolved from a shell only contract to a successfully completed turnkey scheme and also achieved its targeted BREEAM VERY GOOD rating. The project enabled the client to demonstrate their commitment to sustainable building.
Springfield Road Housing
Total Regeneration was contracted to build 40 affordable homes made up of different sized houses and flats. The project involved strip foundations, block and beam floors, timber frame superstructure and floors, pitched concrete tile roofs with face brickwork, render and cladding
We are building this scheme on behalf of Linc Cymru Housing Association, the development will consist of; 34 flats and 4 general needs mid terrace houses. The development will also include an outdoor fitness area and edible elements within the landscaping to further improve residents’ health.
The project was constructed via a design and build contract and drew extensively on Total Regenerations’s expertise stretching across a variety of renewable technologies. The steel frame, three storey building had an extensive collection of sustainable features including ground source heat pumps, solar thermal
Rugby Club Community Facility
The new building which was built on the site of the former Salisbury Hotel in Ferndale has been constructed as a community facility for Rhondda Life and also doubles as the clubhouse for Ferndale RFC. The building contains three function rooms and three bar areas. A pre-demolition assessment of the existing Salisbury Hotel was carried out
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