HAMPTON LOADE WATER TREATMENT WORKS
Design and build project to provide a new water treatment building with associated chemical storage area located within a large existing treatment works supplying 500,000 people.
Client – Ross-shire Engineering
Under Construction – Completion due 2024
Value – £55 million
AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY
Development of the building concept to simplify and speed up its design and construction; concept and detailed design of the steel frame, insulated cladding and reinforced concrete piled base slab with retaining wall; concept and detailed design of reinforced concrete piled structures to contain chemical storage tanks and support large grp plant room kiosks; development of site drainage in conjunction with our client’s in-house design team; provision of support and advice to client’s design and construction teams throughout the construction process.
- 1424m² portal framed composite panel clad building containing two EOT cranes
- Reinforced concrete piled slab incorporating pipework and perimeter retaining wall
- Piled foundation and bund/basement structures for chemical silo and tanks, plantroom kiosks, transformers and an electrical switchroom
- Foundations for large diameter water pipe supports and a services bridge
Constrained, sloping site adjacent to a steep slope and critical water supply infrastructure; Very poor ground conditions with deep, expansive clay made ground; Extensive coordination required with our client’s structural, mechanical and electrical teams; Accelerated design and construction programme with significant penalties for late delivery.
Project Manager – Ross-Shire Engineering
Principal/Mechanical and Electrical Contractor – Ross-Shire Engineering
Civil Works Contractor – Barhale
Steelwork Fabricator – Structural Steelwork Ltd
Piling Contractor – Aarsleff