Precast pre-stressed solid floor slabs provide for school’s extension.
Precast pre-stressed solid floor slabs or Flood Super Wideslab® are manufactured using an innovative casting system ensuring a truly smooth soffit finish. Flood Super Wideslab® is often referred to as “plate flooring” contains an internal strand which facilitates notching and the forming of openings that is suitable for a variety of construction development.
Flood Precast provide Flood Super Wideslab® for the extension at Robert May’s School in Odiham, Hampshire, England. 1000m2 of Flood Super Wideslab® and 2no Precast Stairs we’re provided with our last delivery completed in January 2018.
Benefits for Schools/Academies:
- 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
The ground floor of the building will contain a new reception and library. The first floor will hold four standard classrooms and one enlarged “dry-lab” for scientific, technical, digital, engineering and practical learning. The estimated total cost of this project is £7600000, which is due to be completed for the stat of the academic year 2019.
The expansion works at Robert May’s School will include:
- New build two-storey building with a bridge link
- 4 general teaching classrooms
- 1 practical classroom
- Lift and bridge access to the existing school building
Project: Robert May’s School
Contractor: Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd
Products: 1000m2 of Flood Super Wideslab® and 2no Precast Stairs
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