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Moseley Academy - Education - CWA - Eng
Moseley Academy - Education - CWA - Eng
Moseley Academy - Education - CWA - Eng

Moseley Academy

This project allows transformation of the education environment at Moseley School by consolidating and replacing existing dilapidated buildings with a new school that compliments and enhances the retained listed building. The outcome is the unification of the overall site into a coherent campus with a new identity.
  • Client:
    Birmingham BSF, Bovis Lend Lease

  • Location:
    Moseley, Birmingham

  • Project Value:
    £18,000,000

  • Services Provided:
    Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy

  • Added Value:
    Extensive use of PDS ground modelling software was deployed to determine optimum building levels and to balance all cut and fill earthworks across the site.

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    Moseley Academy
Description

The new building is a four storey steelframed ‘slimfloor’ construction to accommodate a clear span assembly hall, dining hall and design technology suite, together with a range of flexible teaching clusters. The new building is partly buried into an existing embankment to minimise impact on the adjacent listed building. Exposed concrete flat soffits have been used internally to allow a natural heating and cooling solution to be adopted.

For further information regarding this project please contact Jim O’donnell, Project Director.

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