The StruEngineers team have been involved with an important regeneration project in London.
Situated on the Frampton Park estate, on the site of a former pub, this project is part of Hackney Council’s programme for regeneration. Due for completion in 2020, Frampton Arms will form part of one of London’s largest housing schemes – building homes for social renting, shared ownership, and private sale.
The overall strategy is to provide new homes that incorporate improvements to public spaces around them. At the Frampton Arms site this will include a shared courtyard for new and existing residents, alongside new play facilities.
The development will provide a new face for the estate, while maintaining the qualities of existing buildings.
RC Detailing & Bar Bending Schedules
The proposed development involves the erection of three 5 storey buildings to create 20 self-contained dwellings; refuse and recycling facilities; cycle storage; and re-landscaping of the existing courtyard and parking area between Sherard House and Catesby House.
The structural frame for all three buildings comprises reinforced concrete framing with flat slab construction, and includes precast concrete balconies and columns.
StruEngineers were tasked by our clients, the structural consultancy WBD Group, with providing RC drawings and bar bending schedules to support the project.
These included reinforced concrete elements such as pile caps, core base, ground slabs and beams, columns, walls, and floor slabs (1st – 4th).
A total of 30 drawings were provided for the Frampton Arms project.