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CWA Engineering - Bennerley Avenue - Structural & Civil Engineering
CWA Engineering - Bennerley Avenue - Structural & Civil Engineering
CWA Engineering - Bennerley Avenue - Structural & Civil Engineering

Bennerley Avenue

  • Client:
    Derbyshire County Council and Wates Construction

  • Location:
    Ilkeston

  • Project Value:
    £14m

  • Services Provided:
    Civil & Structural Engineering Consultancy services

  • Added Value:
    The main Care Centre is structurally split into 2 forms of construction to reflect the spatial requirements of each area: •The western Entrance Wing of the building is constructed using a steel-frame to provide open spaces to the main reception and café space, coordinate with architectural façade design, and support the roof form; •The eastern Main Block of the building is constructed predominantly using load-bearing masonry supporting precast concrete upper floors due to the more cellular nature of the bedroom wings.

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Description

Description

Bennerley Avenue is the £14m development of a new Specialist Care facility, together with inclusive communal amenities on the former Bennerley Ormiston Academy site in Ilkeston, Derbyshire. The project consists of a 40-bed specialist care wing and supporting accommodation, located in generous gardens. The building provides a café and hairdressers serving residents and the wider community. As a new and vibrant hub for the community, the project also includes a much-improved football pitch, in line with Sports England requirements, to provide the local area with a first-class community sporting facility. The project was funded by Derbyshire County Council, designed by Glancy Nicholls Architects, and constructed by Wates.

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