fbe Newcastle - Mount Oswald – Embracing Modern Methods of Construction

Newcastle Branch

Date:
28th June 2019
Time:
5:00 PM
Venue:

Mount Oswald South Road, Durham DH1 3TG

Pricing:

Member: Free

Non-member: £5

Event Details:

fbe Newcastle branch are hosting a site visit with light refreshments.

Prompt arrival on site 13.15pm.
Welcome and introduction: 13.30pm – 14.05pm
Site visit: 14.05pm – 15.00pm
Networking & refreshments: 15.00pm – 15.30pm

Join the fbe Newcastle branch for a site visit to an exciting development for the education sector currently under construction for Durham University.

The Mount Oswald project will create the new home for John Snow College, as well as a brand new college, providing new student accommodation totalling 1000 new bed spaces, ready for the start of the academic year 2020/2021.

The residential facilities will be self-catering, with a mix of en-suite rooms, shared bathrooms, cluster flats and townhouses. Meanwhile, the new University Hub, will house an events hall, gym, music practice rooms, a performance practice room, a Yoga/dance studio, a launderette and a faith room, along with an external Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA).

The innovative £80m project developed by Interserve is utilising a range of modern methods of construction such as; pre-cast concrete sandwich panels, LGS frame systems and bathroom modules. The event will look at:

-    Key constraints of the site
-    Key project objectives

The tour is set to be extremely popular and with limited places it is advisable to book early.  

The Mount Oswald project will create the new home for John Snow College, as well as a brand new college, providing new student accommodation totaling 1000 new bed spaces, ready for the start of the academic year 2020/2021.

The residential facilities will be self-catering, with a mix of en-suite rooms, shared bathrooms, cluster flats and townhouses. Meanwhile, the new University Hub, will house an events hall, gym, music practice rooms, a performance practice room, a Yoga/dance studio, a launderette and a faith room, along with an external Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA).

The innovative £80m project developed by Interserve is utilising a range of modern methods of construction such as; pre-cast concrete sandwich panels, LGS frame systems and bathroom modules. The event will look at:

-    Key constraints of the site
-    Key project objectives

The tour is set to be extremely popular and with limited places it is advisable to book early.  



 

 

 
 





 

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Contact Name:

Keith Handy

Contact Email:

khandy@hlpuk.com

IMPORTANT:

Attendees are required to bring their own PPE; hat, gloves, Hi-Vis, boots and glasses.

 

For parking please use the Howlands Park and Ride just opposite the site off the A177 South Road. Please note for anyone wishing to use the Howlands Park and Ride car park you must purchase a bus ticket to be exempt from any fines or charges.”


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