Our company worked on the building construction project for Macmillan Cancer. The project comprised a complex part two/part three-storey structure built into the slope of Bristol Gate at the Royal Sussex County Hospital. The retaining walls and lower ground floor slab are constructed in the reinforced cast- insitu waterproof concrete, with a partial reinforced concrete frame and upper floors and a hybrid superstructure frame of structural steel and glu-laminated timber columns/cranked beams.
The highly-insulated building is clad in a combination of Siberian Larch timber weatherboarding, Sto insulated render and Zinc standing seam roofing. Windows and external doors are Velfac composite units. Internally, the building is finished robustly with engineered timber, vinyl and carpeted coverings over screeded floors incorporating underfloor heating, plastered walls and partitions and acoustic suspended ceilings. Glu-laminated elements are exposed to provide internal interest.
Mechanical and Electrical services are centrally controlled through an intelligent Building Management System (BMS) and comprise gas-fired boilers, solar-thermal panels to pre-heat water services, grey-water installation for WC cistern water conservation and automated window controls to avoid the need for comfort cooling.
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