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Flood Precast Concrete Manufacturers to the Rescue

Flood Precast Concrete Manufacturers are now starting on the first of 11 fire stations in conjunction with Kier Construction for Stoke and Stafford Fire & Rescue Authority. Having completed similar projects for Kier Construction on their Gloucester Fire and Rescue Authority contracts last year, Flood Precast were first choice for the precast package and worked…

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Precast Concrete Flooring at Samworth Church Academy

Flood Precast were awarded the design, manufacture, delivery and installation of Flood Wideslab precast concrete flooring elements to Samworth Church Academy, Mansfield, Nottingham which embraced all of the cutting edge innovation and technical excellence that is required to meet the life cycle and maintenance efficiency of modern buildings. All this is required while delivering to…

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Thermal Mass

Thermal Mass in Tipperary – Precast Concrete Flooring

Stewart’s Decentralised Government and Civic Offices in Tipperary have been short listed for the Irish Architecture awards 2013 and its all about sustainability.   To this end, Stewarts Builders, together with their Architects Coady Partnership and Engineers Tobin’s opted to retain Flood Precast to design the precast concrete flooring system.   Thermal Mass The key criteria was…

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Precast concrete stairs

Precast Concrete Stairs for Stoke Bishop Student Accommodation

Flood Precast have topped out Blocks H and G as work progresses on the Hiatt Baker Student accommodation for University of Bristol been carried out by Vinci Construction. All nine, 5 story blocks are now in progress with Flood Precast providing design, supply and installation of Flood Wideslab and Precast Concrete Stairs to all levels.…

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Precast Concrete Flooring

Newstreet Station Car Park – Precast Concrete Flooring

Precast Concrete Flooring and Flood Wideslab Flood Precast are pleased to confirm that they have been appointed to manufacture and supply precast concrete flooring on this prestigious project for Network Rail adjacent to John Lewis department store in Birmingham. Flood Precast were involved at an early stage in the design of the project working closely…

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Limerick Hospital – Precast Concrete Flooring

Flood Precast replace insitu flat slab with Composite precast flat slab. When Contractors JJ Rhatigan won the Main Contract to Construct a new six storey Hospital Block in Limerick the compliant design was for a traditional insitu flat slab construction. The Main Contract provided for an option to Value Engineer and it was under this…

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Flood Precast Omnia Flooring Slabs at the Heineken Brewery

Omnia Flooring Slab at Heineken Brewery, Manchester

Flood Precast has recently installed Precast Omnia Flooring for Yorkshire based Caddick Construction Ltd at the Heineken Brewery, Manchester. This was a very tricky project owing to the awkward shape of the precast omnia flooring units. The Main Structure consists of a steel frame and its function is to house 10No. 4m Dia. Cylindrical containment…

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Sainsburys Car Park, Blackpool – Wideslab

Flood Precast have completed the supply of 15,000 sq m of 75mm wide slab plate for the new Sainsburys Car Park, Blackpool. Flood Wideslab is a 2.4m wide prestressed composite flooring solution unique to Flood Precast. In conjunction with J&P Pierce Structural Steelwork, the complete erection period of the frame was done in just under…

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Bouygues Canning - Precast Conrete Flooring

Bouygues Canning Town Centre – Precast Concrete Flooring

Flood Precast are very pleased to be finally delivering precast concrete flooring elements to top French Contractor Bouygues £600m redevelopment of Canning town centre, London. The first phase of which comprises 179 residential units and a 7,900 sq m ASDA supermarket. Flood Precast became involved at early design stage when we were asked by Bouygues…

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Roof to Storm Water Tank, Chorley, Manchester

We’ve just put the lid on a 6,000 cubic meter storm water tank in Chorley, Manchester. We won the project by devising a Value Engineered solution which we developed with Ian Cripps, Project Manager and his team at Balfour Beatty. The design criteria for the project called for an 8.5m span to carry HA loading…

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