Subway Road Design & Build
Client: Wales & West Housing
Team: Total Regen
Type: JCT Design & Build Contract
Location: Rushcliffe, Nottingham
Project value: £2,990,000
Procurement: Competitive Tender
Scheme Overview: We are building this scheme on behalf of Wales & West Housing Association. The development consists of two apartment blocks with a mixture of 1 and 2 bedrooms. There are 40 units in block 1 and 32 units in block 2.
Working on a live and constrained school site has many complex challenges including:
- Controlled delivery times with noise generating activities planned within certain time slots outside of school hours.
- Restricted access through a one way road system to the school carpark, where the site is located. This needed to be kept accessible for buses, cars and the school to access the gymnasium facilities behind the site.
- Connection of the gas and water mains required digging up the one way road system, this was planned and delivered during half term.
- Safeguarding, DBS checks on the management team and contractors are conducted, the movement of contractors is controlled through the Site Manager and a secure site boundary.
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