Lavatory specialist secures third UWE contract

Lavatory specialist secures third UWE contract

Stride Treglown is architect for the new accommodation blocks on UWE Bristol's Frenchay Campus.

Stride Treglown is architect for the brand new lodging blocks on UWE Bristol’s Frenchay Campus.

Vinci Constructing has handed Offsite Options a £1.7m contract to fabricate 757 glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) rest room pods.

Over latest Offsite Options has delivered 16 pod tasks for Vinci, contains scholar lodging schemes for universities in Swansea, Cardiff, Coventry, and Liverpool. This newest undertaking is Offsite Answer’s third on the College of the West of England (UWE Bristol) and second on the Frenchay campus

Due for completion for the 2023/24 scholar consumption, this section of the Frenchay campus improvement will present 900 bedspaces in three buildings spanning over 26,000sqm and in clusters of 4, six and eight bedrooms and with ensuite or shared loos.

The architect is Stride Treglown with Amber as constructing companies marketing consultant.

It is among the largest Passivhaus tasks within the UK. The cold and hot water pipework, brackets and fittings within the loos are all insulated. The bathe and faucets are designed to run at decrease temperatures to cut back vitality consumption.

Offsite Options managing director James Stephens stated: “It’s a ground-breaking undertaking which can set new requirements for the event of sustainable scholar lodging.”

Vinci Constructing regional enterprise companies supervisor Steve O’Leary stated: “I’ve managed the procurement and supply of round 3,500 pods manufactured by Offsite Options previously 9 years. Their strategy fits Vinci Constructing’s mannequin of scholar lodging very properly. They’ve strong manufacturing facility testing processes in place, which implies the standard is healthier and extra constant.”

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