Frame and cladding for 8 storey car park for University of Leeds

University of Leeds MSCP

Design & build solution for University of Leeds MSCP

SCCDB have provided a design build solution for the sub-structures and superstructure on this new 8 storey MSCP for the University of Leeds. The scheme provides over 600 spaces over the 7 suspended levels plus ground floor utilising extra-long pre-stressed slabs to provide completely open 2 way circulation. The frame was developed and installed in full height sections utilising a crawler crane. This enabled the cladding to be commenced early on the gable elevation providing successful execution of the critical path programme.

Utilising precast elements within the substructures such as plinths and retaining walls enabled overlap between the build phases providing further programme certainty in our attempt to de-risk the project.

Client: The University of Leeds.

Main Contractor: Shepherd Construction.

Key Features

  • Design & build solution
  • 8 storey car park in Leeds
  • Capacity of over 600
  • Extra-long pre-stressed slabs
  • Full height frame sections
  • Precast elements

Accreditations

We are a CHAS accredited contractor for our excellent health and safety standards. We are also a member of the British Safety Council. We continually invest in the training of all our staff and we strive to always improve the quality, safety, and value for money of all our products and services.

  • British Safety Council
  • Chas logo
  • Achilles RISQS logo
  • Constructionline logo
  • Private Rented
    Scheme
  • Public Sector
  • Multi-Storey
    Car Parks
  • Education
  • Industrial
  • Retail
    & Leisure
  • Housing
    Developments

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  • “SCC have been a real partner in this project and through hard times have helped, advised, coordinated and worked with me to ensure the job maintained both programme and quality. With a great attitude to go with it.”

    James Blackshaw – Senior Construction Manager, Bruntwood Construction