Goods Corner, Edinburgh
Located in a prominent area of Edinburgh the scheme consisted of 3 blocks of student accommodation. Frameclad supplied all of the frames and floor cassettes to form the three-storey structure. The developer was keen to use some of the previous buildings stonework which were incorporated in the external cladding of the cottage building.
A very complicated build with stunning and satisfying results – many types of SFS / frames and techniques were utilised to produce the finished project.
Logistics were difficult given the location of the project , however, by consultation and agreement the project was delivered smoothly and on time to the satisfaction of all involved.
Frameclad’s manufacturing capabilities came into there own when they were asked to produce a separating wall in a distribution warehouse. SFS studs were required to reach a height of 13.8m which proved a challenge but were produced and delivered successfully to a very satisfied client.
Concord Street, Leeds Concord Street is an exciting new build 9 storey apartment block in central Leeds. 35 apartments with a mix of 1 and 2-bed accommodation procured through modern, off-site construction via Frameclad.
A very challenging site has led the design team to look at minimising time and construction activities onsite and through a full BIM approach, the coordination of architecture, structures and Frameclad has allowed careful and detailed positioning options to be looked at.