Birmingham continues to go from strength to strength with the opening of the largest ever Primark.
Creagh are also taking Birmingham to new heights utilising offsite concrete technology on projects Arena Central and St. Martin’s Place.
Arena Central comprises two interlinked buildings with 17 and 22 storeys respectively which are located within the footprint of an existing subterranean car park that previously served Alpha Tower, a Grade II-listed office built in the 1970s, considered one of Birmingham’s most well-known architectural landmarks and other adjacent buildings.
Leading developer Dandara Living partnered with Galliford Try and turned to Creagh to utilise their innovative offsite fastrack build system Rapidres utilising precast concrete on the project. They were responsible for the design, manufacture, delivery and installation of all members of the precast concrete frame and façade which included exposed aggregate external sandwich panels, crosswalls, staircores and stairs, lift shafts and hollowcore flooring.
Creagh’s latest project St. Martins Place in Birmingham will be one of the most luxurious residential developments in the city, comprising of 228 apartments minutes away from Arena Central. Creagh are currently constructing panels offsite using Rapidres technology and will be installing on site soon.
View more on St. Martin’s Place here: http://bit.ly/2Gd6syD
View more on Arena Central here: http://bit.ly/2UezfYC
Learn more about Rapidres here: http://bit.ly/2K088kx