The Sharp Hill Primary School, an 8.6 million pound project, is currently under construction at the heart of a new housing estate in Nottingham. Located in Edwalton, on Rose Way, the project will be able to accomodate 420 students once completed. In addition, both the school hall and football pitches will be opened up for community use.
Strip and pad foundations were dug on site. Steel mesh installed to reinforce the concrete pads. Lintels and sleeves also constructed in the strip foundations for connections. Bolt Boxes were precisely floated into the concrete pads.
Damp proof paint was applied around the base plates and column encasement’s. A Damp proof membrane was also installed.
Foul, storm and land drainage was installed on site. Pop ups bought up to finished floor level and installed through sleeves in the strip footing. Retention tank and separator installed on site and connected to storm drainage.
Perimeter shutters were errected to ground floor and first floor to enable the pouring of the RC concrete slabs. Concrete layed to enable floor finishers to be installed directly.
The Sharp Hill Car Park was dug to formation level and subsequently stoned up. Gully’s connected into the storm drain. Kerbs installed on site and the levels trimmed ready for tarmacking.
NNC was ranked excellent across twelve metrics including value engineering, responses to instructions and site safety measures whilst completing esplanade wall refurbishment and groyne installation at South End on Sea.
NNC was rated excellent in metrics such as quality service, ability to complete on time, working relationship and project resources whilst completing A1260 bridge refurbishments.
NNC was rated excellent on metrics such as site safety, standard of workmanship, ability to complete on time and working relationship on completion of the £2m Peterborough Cathedral Square Town Centre regeneration project.
NNC was rated excellent across all twelve metrics including; working relationships, traffic management processes, site safety measures and standard of workmanship on completion of the £800,000 278 carriageway alterations on the A45 Red Route.
NNC undertook the groundworks package at the Melton Mowbray Cattle Market. Works ranged from deep drainage diversions & RC foundations to precisely setting out of bolt boxes & pennage sleeves to the underside of the groundfloor slab. All works were planned and executed on programme given due consideration to the “live” project environement we were working on. I would not hesitate to use NNC again.
NNC’s were approached directly due to the high profile nature of this project to deliver the groundworks package. From our experience on several previous schemes we knew we could rely on them to deliver this flagship project and work with us to ensure its success. NNC’s ability to perform and function as a key project partner meant that we were able to deliver a scheme which exceeded our clients expectations.
NNC worked alongside Kiers to deliver this new HQ and teaching facility for Natural England in a live nature reserve. The project was not without its challenges. Nesting seasons created programme constraints and the main bridge entrance to the project was deemed unsafe to use part way through the build. Through all this NNC continued to go above and beyond to ensure programme, budget and quality consideraions were met at all stages. NNC were a key component of this projects successful delivery.