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Ashville Sports Centre, Harrogate

Ashville Sports Centre, Harrogate

As part of a £3million project, Ashville Sports Centre will be redeveloped by September 2017.
Once completed, the sports centre will boast a significantly enlarged gymnasium, a studio, 9 changing facilities, a reception/café area and new staff offi ces. The swimming
pool will also be redecorated and receive much needed maintenance.
Cythia House

Cythia House

Popping up all over the country in the 60s the somewhat practical ‘boxes’ of the social housing market are iconic fixtures on the British landscape.

Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester

Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester

The innovative building, incorporates three individual towers and two atria and  boasts not only world-class teaching and learning facilities for students, staff and businesses, but also catering and leisure areas for all students, and conference venues which will draw companies and industry associations from across Europe and beyond.

Norman House Residential Development, Derby

Norman House Residential Development, Derby

To help address the housing shortage in Derby, an office block (Norman House) has been converted into 134apartments. As part of the conversion, electric heating, mains cold water distribution systems and hot water cylinders were installed in each room.

Sunesis school scheme: Sacred Heart Primary School, West Midlands

Sunesis school scheme: Sacred Heart Primary School, West Midlands

Uponor were nominated as the sole supplier for radiant heating systems for the Sunesis Schools schemes, with Main Contractor Willmott Dixon. Sunesis is a Joint Venture between Scape and Willmott Dixon, built on the combined experience of public sector know-how and private expertise. They are the market leader in delivering pre-designed buildings across a range of market sectors. Every design has a defined layout, specification, fixed cost and timescale to construct. The full benefits of a full BIM model are also utilised.