Precast concrete floor

Precast concrete floor slabs and Stairs provided for School Extension UK

At Flood Precast we’re delighted to start our working relationship with Brymor as a subcontractor on the new extension to Kings’ School in Winchester. On this project, we provided Precast concrete floor slabs and precast stairs. This extension comprises of 4 new classrooms in the business and computing block. At the moment the extension remains on schedule for completion by the end of the year.

Solid prestressed composite floors consist of a solid prestressed slab acting as fully participating formwork, which may be propped or un-propped depending on design requirements and which acts compositely with an in-situ topping to form an efficient structural section.

Advantages of using Precast Concrete Floor Slabs:

  • Faster Installation
  • High-quality soffit finish
  • A range of technical advantages

Flood Super Wideslab® is a fast, versatile and economical flooring solution there are many suitable construction applications.

Benefits of using Precast Concrete Floor Slabs for this project:

  • High-Quality Soffit Finish
  • Thermal Mass
  • Can accommodate awkward shapes
  • Shallow Floors
  • Composite action with steel frame
  • Structural screed ties-in structure
  • Can accommodate large openings without trimmer beams.
  • Strong BREEAM Rating

Project: Kings’ School Winchester

Contractor: Brymor Special Works Limited

Engineer:  HCC

Architect: HCC

Products: 500mq2 Wideslab and 6no precast Stairs

For more information on our range of concrete products contact our team at info@floodprecast.co.uk

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David Chatfield

David Chatfield

David has 30 years experience in the precast concrete industry, returning back into the fold with Flood Precast after 7 years away with ACP Concrete Ltd. Seeing how Flood Precast has moved forward in that time, with innovation and product ranges and quality at the forefront, both in product and customer service David is delighted to be returning.
David Chatfield