Springfield Extra Care

Springfield Extra Care

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SPRINGFIELD EXTRA CARE

An exciting new development of 65 beautiful supported living apartments is situated in the heart of the National Forest for over 55’s.

Built on the site of the old farm, and we have taken inspiration from nature and history to produce apartments dedicated to health and wellbeing, homes where light and space combine to create a feeling of starting afresh at a pace to suit your lifestyle.

The site boasts a Bistro, Hair Salon and a community hub where residents can socialise with their guests.

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Blythe Gate

Blythe Gate

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ONE Blythe Gate

One Blythe Gate project was a “Fit Out” project for a Blue Chip company that required a high degree of technology to be built in.

  • LED Lighting
  • Heat Recovery Systems
  • TREND BMS system
  • Wireless LUTRON lighting controls
  • Vehicle Charging Stations

One Blythe Gate is a 3 storey, ground, first and second floors, business park office building. The existing Building is fed from an existing (WPD) sub-station located adjacent to the building.

The intent of the refurbishment is to replace the existing M&E services, to return the building to an open plan Category A office layout, reconfigure the toilet cores and to update the entrance/reception.

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Kings Heath Boys School

Kings Heath Boys School

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Kings Heath Boys School

Expansion of the school’s pupil capacity from 600 to 840 required an extension and new catering facilities. With a high degree of refurbishment also required time scales where always going to be a challenge.

The school’s capacity has been increased from 600 pupils between the ages of 11 and 16 to allow provision for 840 boys. Works comprised of the construction of a new kitchen and new extension block. 

These works were complimented by a series of minor works within the existing buildings (refurbished WC’s, new ramp (between ground & upper ground), first floor refurbished teaching and support space & refurbished art room). The design of the extension is three-storey’s high, steel frame construction with brick at ground floor and metal cladding at upper floors. Internally, the extension consists of 7 no. classrooms (including science laboratories, ICT classrooms, music and food technology rooms) with adjacent learning/storage spaces, common resource areas and staff/admin offices.

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MK Museum – National Exhibition Building (NEB)

MK Museum – National Exhibition Building (NEB)

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Milton Keynes Museum

The museum exhibition centre shows two major new galleries designed and fitted in order to tell the whole story of the Milton Keynes area.

One of the galleries will tell the story from pre-history through to the 1800s, the second gallery will tell the story of the new city’s creation – including special exhibits featuring some of Milton Keynes’ biggest success stories: Marshall Amplification, Red Bull Racing and The Open University.

 A key requirement for the project was the need to incorporate a solar design to deliver 60,000Kwh per annum. The roof space is covered in over 260 solar panels.

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MK Schools – Eagle Farm

MK Schools – Eagle Farm

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Milton Keynes Schools

We have successfully delivered the mechanical and electrical infrastructure in several schools for Milton Keynes Council.

Each school has been designed to high standards and while different in their operational requirements they all excel with the use of renewable technologies which include air source heat pumps as a primary heat source; LED lighting with organic response controls; solar PV panels.

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