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CWA - Birmingham Structural Engineers
CWA - Birmingham Structural Engineers
CWA - Birmingham Structural Engineers

Fabrick Square, Digbeth, Birmingham

Transformation of the Old Harrison Drape Building in Digbeth, Birmingham.
  • Client:
    Seven Capital

  • Location:
    Birmingham

  • Project Value:
    £31m

  • Services Provided:
    Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy Services

  • Added Value:
    The two acre site, formally known as the Harrison Drape Building has been undertaken to regenerate this impressive industrial property into 313 residential units. The remainder of the site fronting Cheapside, Lombard and Birchall Streets form part of the new development consisting of multi-storey residential units.

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    Fabrick Square, Digbeth, Birmingham
Description

Prior to commencing the construction phase it was necessary to demolish the existing framed building and sub structures to the site perimeter.

The site consists of three new four and five storey buildings with the refurbishment of the remaining building fronting Bradford and Birchill Street.

As well as the refurbishment of the existing building, a two storey vertical extension has been incorporated as part of the proposed development.

The three new four and five storey buildings are steel frames on piled foundations with precast floor construction to all floors.

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