Stancold’s dedicated cleanroom envelope entity, CREST, are making good progress on site in Nottingham, where they have the second phase of works to undertake for a global consumer goods brand.
Working with a local M&E services contractor as part of the fit-out of four compressing bays within the manufacturing site, CREST are responsible for the design and build of walk-on ceilings across the space, utilising the Puracore cleanroom system, as specified by the client.
A full site survey by CREST’s Contracts Director, Lee Duffield, and Site Manager, John Barrie, was required to assess the scope of works. This allowed them to advise on the orientation of the ceiling in line with necessary suspension and how this would integrate with the addition of loading bays and walkways above.
Coordinating the programme of works in line with other trades working on site has been key to ensure a timely build, where the implementation of two phases has enabled the team to work around the contractors undertaking the build of plasterboard walls.
A complex contract of this nature further demonstrates the vast range of CREST’s capabilities within the construction of highly controlled environments across the UK.