As an experienced Building Contractor, Brada Developments overcame several issues associated with challenging ground conditions, adjacent buildings, limited working space and a very wet and cold winter! Underlying historic mine working required the provision of ground stabilisation measures before traditional reinforced concrete foundations were constructed. The superstructure was made up of a steel portal frame that was encapsulated with a composite insulated cladding system supplied by Kingspan. A reinforced power floated concrete slab completed the construction before the installation of the high bay racking system was installed. Externally, there were gravity drainage and grey water recycling systems installed as part of the scheme.
Working with local architects Wood Goldstraw and Yorath and structural engineers C2C Consulting Engineers, Brada Developments adopted a collaborative approach in overcoming the physical and technical challenges that the project presented.
Based in Staffordshire, Brada Developments undertake a range of construction works that include commercial warehousing, such as that completed for Churchill China, assisted living accommodation and residential building projects both for the speculative developer and aspiring self-builder!