|Completion Date:||July 2014|
|Contract Dates:||12 months|
|Total Users / Residents:||
The project comprised of ground stabilisation, the construction of a residential development consisting of a mix of 26 units and associated landscaping comprising of;
Bedsits, 1 bed apartments, 2 bed apartments and wheelchair access.
Office accommodation - a separate office facility with interview rooms will provide 24-hour security to and from the facility.
As part of providing renewable energies to the project, photo voltaic solar panels were incorporated to provide electricity to the office accommodation.
Hallpark residential local labour (Q3 2014): 24%
This project provides temporary accommodation for homeless people. The establishment of this project by Clackmannanshire Council was a reaction to the very real need for a housing advice and assessment centre in the county. The design was always intended to be attractive, high quality and non-standard. The development therefore seeks to provide an attractive scheme that will enhance the area whilst moving away from the ‘institutional’ appearance often associated with public housing facilities.
Movements are controlled through the central office ‘hub’ and greatly reduce the reliance of excessive secure boundary measures.
This residential facility provides flexible and inclusive accommodation, which is also comfortable and energy efficient. The facility integrates with the surrounding buildings.
Information of the construction works to the neighbours adjacent to the site.
|Contractor:||Robertson Capital Projects, hub East Central Scotland, Marshall Construction|
|Civil & Structural Engineer:||CRA|