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Cannons Health and Fitness Club

Cannons Health and Fitness Club

The project comprised the development of a Health and Fitness club, including the construction of a 25m swimming pool, on land which had been long term vacant after previously proving undevelopable due to difficult ground conditions.
  • Client:
    Richardson Developments

  • Location:
    Cannock, Birmingham

  • Project Value:
    £2,000,000

  • Services Provided:
    Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy

  • Added Value:
    An engineering solution was provided which dealt with prevailing weak ground conditions that had previously prevented site development. The culverting of the existing watercourse as a value engineered solution provided considerable cost benefit and reduced future maintenance

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Description

The project required deep piling techniques to support not only the buildings foundations, but also the swimming pool and balancing tank. The swimming pool walls were constructed using a ‘sprayed’ concrete technique onto a single sided shutter, which was set inside the re-formed concrete substructure of the main building.

In order to provide access to the development and associated carparking area it was necessary to design the roadway to span across an existing watercourse. Following extensive negotiation with the Environment Agency, we established that a piled culvet arrangement could be adopted in lieu of an expensive road bridge.

For further information please contact Jim O’Donnell, Project Director

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