Exterior Cladding and split level vehicle barriers for a new multi-storey car park at the centre of the Southwater Regeneration Scheme.
- Vision Webb Expanded Aluminium Mesh Cladding
- Berry Beam Barrier
- RB1 Posts
A key feature of the Southwater Regeneration project in Telford is the construction of a 600 space multi-storey car park, with potential for expansion by a further 350 spaces in future years. Associated Architects of Birmingham discussed the cladding requirements with us at an early stage in the project’s development. This enables us to demonstrate our in-depth expertise by designing a cladding system that met the pedestrian loading requirements of BS 6180 and removed the need for additional pedestrian handrail on interior faces.
The expanded metal mesh cladding was produced and installed by our own team for contractor Morgan Sindall. We also installed vehicle safety barriers at the split levels inside the car park from our extensive range of floor and column mounted barrier systems.
Installation was completed in April 2014 in good time for the planned August launch event for phase 1 of this £250 million project. The regeneration of the Southwater area is a partnership between Telford & Wrekin Council, Southwater Event Group, private sector investors and is part funded by the Homes & Community Agency.