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Esh Civils has been appointed to undertake Sunderland Strategic Transport Corridor Phase 3 (SSTC3). Delivered on behalf of Sunderland City Council, SSTC3 is 2.5km stretch of dual carriageway linking the Northern Spire (SSTC2) and St. Mary’s Boulevard (SSTC1).
The route runs West to East alignment from the Northern Spire through Pallion, running underneath the Queen Alexandra bridge to St. Mary’s Boulevard into the City Centre.
SSTC3 comprises bulk earthworks, road surfacing, new cycle and footways, drainage, security fencing and road restraint, drainage head walls, retaining structures and piled retaining structures, kerbing and retaining walls.
A new western entrance and manned security house will be created into the Pallion Shipyard site. Existing highways which are impacted by the new Transport Corridor also require road widening, junction improvements roundabout improvements.
The scheme forms a continuous link between the A19 and the Port of Sunderland which is vital in aiding the regeneration of the city’s development sites.
Benefits include; improved connectivity to the city centre, reduction of congestion and journey times, improvements in public transport, cycle and pedestrian routes, and improvement of the urban environment and road safety.
On behalf of Byker Community Trust, existing Grade II* listed properties within the Byker Estate underwent roof refurbishment along with minor external envelope repairs and the replacement of canopies and porches.
The roofs to 376 properties were replaced with concrete tiled roofs that matched the original specification from when the estate was built and 33 properties with metal profiled sheet roof were also replaced.
Avondale House was included in the programme of works and provides high quality accommodation to veterans. The building underwent a full roof replacement, with repairs to the timber and externals of the building and balconies.
The project included design and build of 8 two-bedroom properties in 4 semi-detached blocks within an existing housing estate. External works comprised of a new access rode along with a turning circle and associated landscaping.
Delivered on behalf of Loxley Homes, Village Mews is a stunning development of 18 two, three and four-bedroom properties located in the picturesque village of Darley.
Designed to integrate with the local environment and architecture, the development includes 6 different property designs and comes complete with the highest quality in specification and stonework.
The college building was constructed in the centre of Hartlepool, providing purpose-built teaching accommodation to replace the Church Square campus which was initially built during the 1960s.
The three-storey building houses a bespoke workshop and studio facilities, whilst a 600msq building was also constructed which houses a lecture theatre, café and studio space.
The existing office building was retained and refurbished, and a link corridor created to the new building. The site included new car parking facility with 104 spaces, as well as outside seating an Amphitheatre.
Situated on the edge of Skipton, Esh Civils is currently on site to deliver infrastructure works at Wyvern Park.
The 43-acre site is being developed to accommodate 188 houses and a new business park.
The scheme comprises the construction of a 450m long spine road, 25.5m wide roundabout and a mini roundabout.
Additional works include the installation of an attenuation basin which can store 6692m3 of water and construction of an access road to connect back into the new spine road.
Drainage works will be completed to create a system capable of storing 18,000 litres within the upstream surface water pipework.
Delivered on behalf of Sunderland City Council, the Sunderland Football Hubs development comprised the creation of state-of-the-art pavilions and 10 full-size third generation (3G) artificial grass football pitches.
Externally, car parking and drop off facilities were created.
Working across 3 different locations, the sites were based at Community North Sports Complex (Downhill), Ford Quarry and Northern Area Playing Fields (Washington).
The design of the pavilions differs across the sites however each include reception and office space, kitchen and café bar, social space for community and club events, and changing room facilities.
Downhill Football Hub includes a fitness centre fully equipped with gym equipment and a studio area for group classes.
Funded by the Premier League, The FA, the Government via Sport England and Sunderland City Council with the charity the Football Foundation, it is the first project of its kind in the region.
Esh Facilities has been working with Northumbria Police Authority since 2008 to deliver an array of projects.
The contract comprises the 24/7 year-round reactive, planned, minor works and projects over multiple trade disciplines made of Building Fabric, Mechanical, Electrical and Statutory Compliance testing.
The contract services over 300 client properties across Northumberland and Tyne and Wear.
Key projects undertaken as part of the contract include works at Clifford Street Police Station in Byker, Gateshead Police Station and Ponteland Police Headquarters.
The £250k refurbishment of the Northumbria Police Chief Constables office block at Ponteland Police Headquarters consisted of stripping out of the existing ceilings and replacement with a new suspended ceiling and lighting, re-wiring, full decoration and new floor coverings.
Works at Gateshead Police Station comprised the £106k Refurbishment and Alterations of the 5th Floor. Completed over a period of 6 months, the project included a type 3 asbestos survey, mechanical, electrical and general building work.
Another key project comprised £50k of works within Area Command Control at Clifford Street Police Station in Byker, including the construction of a new raised access floor, data cabling replacement and electrical rewiring replacement.
The Eston Community Village development comprised the construction of 38 apartments across 4 two-storey blocks and 13 bungalows.
Located adjacent to the existing Barnaby House Extra Care Facility, an extension of the existing car park was completed to provide parking for the new facility.
The purpose-built accommodation is for persons with dementia, mental health problems and learning difficulties.
The facility includes a large and welcoming communal lounge area and the properties have dual aspect views of the external environment and a large amount of natural light.
The gardens and landscaping have been designed to aid orientation across the site through a change in planting scheme.
The project comprised the construction of a three-storey 36,000ft2 Innovation Centre. The building includes individual cellular areas, meeting rooms, offices, conference suites and reception area.
Works were undertaken externally to create a new roundabout, access road and associated car park.
The project comprised the removal of the existing steel plate girder bridge deck, demolition of existing abutments, earthworks, grouting and piling for new abutments, road and footpath re-alignment, construction of a new junction and alterations to highways and footpaths. The bridge construction was a tied arch of 60m span over an existing heavily trafficked highway.
North Moor House is located North of the market town, Northallerton.
The development will see the creation of a new central Community Mental Health Team base, which will provide both staff accommodation and clinical facilities for specialist community mental health services.
The hub will be accessed via the construction of a new road which directly junctions the Northallerton Link Road.
With a three, two and one step down design, the building aims for a contemporary 21st century interpretation and has been developed through consultation with service users, carers and clinical staff to become a ‘landmark building’.
The 4 year framework involves works such as joinery, window replacements, glazing, internal and external doors, plastering, decoration, electrical works, lighting, heating, communal intercoms, plumbing and external works.
Our bespoke IT solution provides real time allocation of client appointments, highlighting only the operatives with the most appropriate skills to complete the specified works with the available time to deliver.
Our diary system is available to the client, allowing them to book initial appointments for customers and allocate a status.
The time allocated for received works is dependent upon the awarded status, with emergency works being completed within 24 hours, urgent within 3 days and routine within 28 days.
The scheme consists of the conversion of the former Cookridge Hospital Ida Wing into 6 apartments and the construction of a new three-storey building to provide 58 apartments which provide housing and extra care for residents.
The Ida Wing conversion includes a salon, café, laundry room, buggy store with charging points, care and support facilities, guest bedroom and office facilities for housing management staff.
The site is located at the heart of the Cookridge Hospital site and comprises the Grade II listed Ida Wing and land which was previously occupied by a nurse’s accommodation block and had previously been demolished.
The split-level design creates a large and level courtyard amenity space between the new and existing building. The large central courtyard will include landscaping with paths, raised planting beds, ornamental planting and seating spaces.
All of the 64 apartments have been designed in line with the University of Stirling’s Design Criteria for Dementia Care and provide ongoing care and support services for the elderly, enabling residents to maintain their independence and quality of life whilst living in their own home.
The aim of the facility is to bridge the gap between ordinary sheltered housing and residential care.
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