Precast Roof Slab

Flood Precast provide precast roof slabs for defence camp

Flood Precast are delighted to form a new relationship in the construction world. Flood Precast worked with Beard Construction on this defence camp new build in Bulford, Wiltshire, UK. Beard is a multi-award-winning construction company which designs, builds, restores and refurbishes buildings throughout the South of England. Flood Precast provided our Flood Super Wideslab® for the precast roof slabs on the armoury building at the defence camp.

Construction work has intensified greatly at Bulford Camp. More than 70 buildings have been handed over for occupation, including a triple mess, super diner, technical stores, an armoury and 31 new JRSLAs, six 8-man houses, four refurbished living accommodation blocks and a refurbished officers’ mess. This last building signified a year’s worth of successful building completions that were free of any snags at handover.

One of the main benefits of using Flood Super Wideslab® for the roof was the Faster Installation:

  • Twice as fast as Hollowcore to install.
  • Cast in lifting system – fully anchored cast-in lifters are designed so that the units can be lifted from the trailer into final position without the need for cradles, chains or bearing into position.
  • Immediate working platform for other trades.

Project Allenby/Connaught Army Basing Programme- Bulford Armoury

Contractor – Beard Construction

Architect – Scott Brownrigg

Product: Flood Super Wideslab®

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Martin Darby

Martin graduated from the University of Dundee with an Hons degree in Engineering. He joined Flood Precast in 2000 and headed up the Dublin design office. Martin now works extensively across the UK. In addition to his Structural Engineering background he has extensive knowledge of all precast construction and commercial aspects associated with the companies work.

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Martin Darby