MoD – Worthy Down Training Center Development – Hampshire - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Defence, United Kingdom (MoD) is undertaking the construction of Worthy Down Training Center Development project in Hampshire, the UK.
The project involves the demolition of 45,000m2 existing buildings to be replaced by 77,000m2 of new training facilities. It includes the construction of 90 homes, classrooms, official buildings, administration space, an accommodation facility, a training center, meeting rooms, a conference hall, a recreational and communal space, a cafeteria, access roads, a parking space, the installation of safety and security systems, and the redevelopment of its Princess Royal Barracks.
The project will be implemented in three phases.
GVA has been appointed as a marketing consultant and Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) as the associated developer and Keltbray Group Holdings Ltd as sub-contractor to undertake remedial excavation works and site preparation works on the project.
In September 2012, MoD invited bids for the design-build contract on the project, with a submission deadline of October 29, 2012.
In June 2013, the planning consent for the project was obtained.
On June 9, 2014, Skanska Plc was awarded the design-build contract. The other bidders who participated for the contract were Lendlease Corporation Ltd and Vinci Construction UK Ltd.
On July 7, 2014, HLM Architects was appointed as the designer and master planner.
In October 2014, demolition works commenced.
In March 2015, Rollalong Ltd was awarded the design-build contract for the construction of accommodation blocks as part of the project.
Rollalong will design, manufacture, supply, deliver and install 6Nr – Z Scale Modular Living Accommodation Buildings for Tranche 1 which includes 315 modules.
In April 2016, the project gets final approval from the Winchester City Council.
Construction activities are underway with completion scheduled for 2022.
The project involves the demolition of 45,000m2 of existing buildings to be replaced by 77,000m2 of new training facilities in Hampshire, the UK.
The US$375 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 90 new homes
2. Construction of classrooms
3. Construction of official buildings
4. Construction of administration facility
5. Construction of accommodation facility
6. Construction of training centers
7. Construction of meeting rooms
8. Construction of a recreational and communal space
9. Redevelopment of its Princess Royal Barracks
10. Installation of safety and security systemsReasons To Buy