Project overview.

Following the demolition of two existing production facilities within the Spring Copse Business Park owned by Cordek, Brymor constructed two new production facilities, in two phases, for our Client.

About the project.

The Building 7 production facility formed Phase 1 of the contract and was built using CFA concrete insitu piles to the perimeter of the building, a pile capping beam to carry the external building cavity walls, a steel portal frame with composite roof, side elevation panels to ground level and external sectional folding shutter and steel personnel doors. The west elevation is a fire wall.

Internally, the floor slab has a ground bearing power float finish, the perimeter is of paint grade block-work to 2.1m, doors are speed fabric and the plant room including a steel mezzanine plant room floor is incorporated.

Mechanical and electrical works include new incoming gas, water, electrics and the fit-out of new warehouse LED high level lights and ventilation.

A sheet pile retaining wall was installed along the west boundary with a new insitu RC retaining wall to the north boundary, these were within 2m of the new building.
Cordek, Spring Copse Business Park. Storm top and surface water drainage, an interceptor, connection into an existing culvert and concrete hard standing apron to tie into the existing yard slabs, completed this phase of works.

A further production facility, known as Building 3 together with the installation of a new culvert, formed Phase 2 of the works. The structure of this facility is the same as Building 7 but included a ground and first floor office fit-out comprising of toilets, office areas, storage areas, decorations and vinyl flooring