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Turing College Introduction. Turing College Project Scope. Design and construction of 801 student apartments comprising; Nine 3 & 4 storey residential blocks delivered to BREEAM Excellent Central ‘Hub’ Building for student services Sensitively landscaped surroundings

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Turing college introduction

Turing College

Introduction


Turing college introduction

Turing College

Project Scope

  • Design and construction of 801 student apartments comprising;

  • Nine 3 & 4 storey residential blocks delivered to BREEAM Excellent

  • Central ‘Hub’ Building for student services

  • Sensitively landscaped surroundings

  • Associated civil engineering infrastructure

  • 20818m2 of student accommodation

  • 1395m2 of welfare facilities

  • Construction

  • 20000m3+ of earthworks

  • 900+ piled foundations

  • Two structural frame types

    • Light gauge steel

    • Reinforced concrete

  • 6 facade types


Turing college introduction

Turing College

Project Programme

JUL 13

JAN 14

SEPT 14

NOV 14

ARCHAEOLOGY

DESIGN

ACCESS ROAD

FOUNDATIONS

STRUCTURE

FITOUT

SNAGGING

416 UNITS

COMPLETE

385 UNITS

COMPLETE


Turing college introduction

Turing College

Archaeology

  • Canterbury Archaeological Trust

  • Investigation of the site lasting 20 weeks

  • 40 archaeologists currently on site

  • Features/findings range from the Iron Age and Roman periods

  • Artefacts include fire pits, ditches and structures

For updates and further interest, progress of the dig can be found on their blog;

http://www.canterburytrust.co.uk/trust-blog/turing-2


Turing college introduction

Turing College

Site Establishment and Logistics


Turing college introduction

Turing College

Being a Good Neighbour

Working Hours

Mon – Fri 07.30 to 17.30

Sat 07.30 to 13.00

Traffic Management and Security

A dedicated logistics manager for the project will be employed who will control the scheduling of deliveries and the movement of vehicles in and out of the site. In addition, we will employ site security guards along with CCTV monitoring

Parking

Parking for contractors vehicles will be located on site and will be enforced by Brookfield Multiplex

24/7 Helpline

A helpline will be setup for the project to enable local residents and stakeholders to contact Brookfield Multiplex directly in relation to the project. Calls to the helpline will be recorded with the follow up actions published and made available in residents newsletters


Turing college introduction

Turing College

Community Engagement

Project Stakeholder Meetings

For the duration of the project, monthly meetings will be held to engage with the project stakeholders to keep them informed of the works planned and any changes to our operations which may affect them

Project Newsletters

To engage with a wider audience, and those who may be unable to attend the meetings, we will publish and distribute a quarterly newsletter to outline progress, and provide a look-ahead to the next three months of planned work


Turing college introduction

Turing College

Being a Good Neighbour - Environment

  • Ecology surveys conducted to date

  • Badgers

  • Bats

  • Great Crested Newts

  • Mitigation measures have been developed for the project, focusing on;

  • Noise control

  • Dust

  • Vibration

  • Permanent works design

  • The works have been designed to enhance the existing habitat for the wildlife current inhabiting the areas. These features include;

  • Gabion retaining walls

  • Large drainage swales


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