Projects in South Wales for Kier

Projects in South Wales for Kier

Churngold Construction nearing completion of the new £60m Fitzalan High School Kier Construction.

Churngold are working on the final sections of frontage to the new school. The final touches to parking areas and footpaths will take place over the next week.  At the end of a 2yr build period the Teachers are moving into the school from the 17th of July, taking possession of what will be an award-winning school build.

Morriston Hospital works pass the halfway mark.

Churngold have completed over 700m of HV trenching work through challenging service riddled routes around the existing hospital,  aided by one of the newly acquired Churngold vac-ex’s to ensure the work is carried out safely.

Work has also begun on the road crossing from the newly constructed substation building with the bank of 24 ducts crossing the highway into a new switch room.

These works will ensure the Hospital has the quick response time it needs for its state-of-the-art equipment in the event of a national grid power outage.

Newport East Health & Wellbeing Centre substructure works begin.

Churngold are now under way on phase 2 of the project, the main building foundations are progressing well after the diversion of the gas mains & water mains.  Close co-ordination with nearby businesses and health services has been crucial in maintaining their service as well as progressing the works on site.  Drainage is also being installed and continued good progress should see the frame going up in the next 4wks.

Foundation complete on Innovation Matrix.

After working closely with the archaeologists on exposing and recording the old dock wall on the site, Churngold have now completed all of the foundations to the new University of Wales building for digital innovation and enterprise.  Churngold now commence works to the internal drainage and floor slab.

Satellite Radiotherapy Unit, Nevill Hall Hospital.

Churngold will this week complete the construction of the Linac Bunker that will house the multi-million-pound X-ray machines for this new unit.  Phase 1 of the foundations have already been completed, allowing the first section of steel frame to go up on programme despite various challenges encountered in this section of work.  Good collaborative working between Churngold and Kier, allowed these challenges to be overcome efficiently.  Churngold have also completed the new Hospital car park which will be opened for use next week.

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