COVID-19 brought innovation to our London and South East regional awards! To celebrate together, we changed our judging & awarding process to create an exciting online programme for all our inspiring partners, judges and participants. On Thurs 2 July 2020 we held an online ‘head-to-head’ judging day, where the top 2 finalists from each category … Continue reading “Constructing Excellence SECBE Awards in London and the South East”
Our series of case studies look at the key learning points from our 2019 award winners. The Foss Barrier – Road to Recovery won Project of the Year Civils and exemplifies how collaboration and effective use of technology can deliver better outcomes, faster delivery and lower environmental impacts.
Our series of case studies look at the key learning points from our 2019 award winners. The Barbara Hepworth Building won Project of the Year Building and exemplifies how collaboration and effective use of technology can deliver better outcomes.
The intention was to co-locate two different schools in one building, St Benedict’s Catholic Secondary School with 1050 pupils and Mayfield SEN School serving 150 children with a diverse range of acute needs. The difficulty of incorporating so many stakeholders into the decision-making process made collaboration and early engagement vital for this project. This was … Continue reading “Campus Whitehaven”
Delivery of four football hubs across the city, funded by Liverpool City Council, in partnership with The Football Association, Football Foundation, Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Sport England. The hubs are located at key grassroots footballing locations across Liverpool, including: • Jeffrey Humble playing field (Fazakerley) • Heron Eccles playing field (Allerton) • Jericho Lane … Continue reading “FA Parklife”
The sustainability through mitigation of disposal off site and reduction of quarry stone importation via chemical remediation combined with geotechnical soil stabilisation was carried out during our extensive land remediation and soil stabilisation at Rhenus Logistics new HQ in Manchester. CPUK Civils and Remediation completed the remediation of this 3.3 acre former landfill site prior … Continue reading “Rhenus – Sustainability via Chemical Remediation & Geotechnical Soil Stabilisation”
The Corn Exchange is a Grade II Listed, landmark building in Manchester City Centre. It is a building both reflective of and shaped by the city’s history. Originally designed for and used as a corn and produce exchange, the building was badly damaged by the 1996 IRA bomb, the building was repaired and reopened as … Continue reading “Corn Exchange Phase II, Aviva Investment Property Trust, Manchester”
Morgan Sindall is working as Liverpool City Council (LCC)’s contractor partner to deliver its planned works at Paddington Village – a mixed use development forming part of Liverpool’s Mayor designated Development Zone known as the Knowledge Quarter. Paddington Village supports LCC’s vision to build on the city’s thriving life science sector, and will provide a … Continue reading “Paddington Village Infrastructure and Public Realm”
Off the back of a significant weather event (Storm Desmond), Cumbria County Council and its Infrastructure Recovery Programme has ‘broken the mould’ in its approach to Programme Management and Supply Chain Collaboration. The County Council has made evolutionary step changes to their business as usual approach, that when combined have been far greater and affective … Continue reading “Cumbria County Council – Infrastructure Recovery Programme”