The project involved the construction of purpose-built consulting rooms, office accommodation, meeting rooms and laboratory areas for use by occupational health practitioners.
The project involved the demolition of an existing building prior to the commencement of earthworks. The new structure comprised concrete tilt panel construction with a suspended first floor slab. Aluclad panelling and louvers were incorporated into the front awning to add architectural interest and visual impact to the facade, while the concrete panels were broken up with rebates to form smaller panels which were then painted in contrasting colours. The completed development boasts an office area in excess of 490m2 and also includes 14 car parking bays for staff and visitors to the business. The size of the panels in relation to the area of the floor slab, made the arrangement of the layout for casting and erecting the concrete panelling challenging, however any difficulties were quickly overcome by the experience and technical expertise of our site personnel.