Project Details:

Hot Rolled Steelwork:

547 tonnes

Cold Formed Steelwork:

71 tonnes

Metal Decking:

3893 m²

Site Duration:

12 weeks

Client:

South Lanarkshire Council

Main Contractor:

Amec Construction Ltd.

Architect:

Capita Percy Thomas

Structural Engineer:

WSP

References:

Mark McBride
(Project Manager)
Amec Construction Ltd.

Stephen Wallace
(Senior Contracts Manager)

john ogilvie high school structural steelwork project

John Ogilvie High School, Hamilton

John Ogilvie High School is a new-build high school adjacent to the existing school and is just one of the South Lanarkshire schools that BHC Ltd. has managed to secure through our consistent performance on and off-site.

The project consisted of a pitched roof with first floor level single storey games hall and link building. BHC Ltd. supplied and erected hot rolled steelwork and cold formed purlins for the project. We also supplied and installed metal decking along with all necessary safety netting.

This project was erected using our own in-house steel erection squads, metal decking squads, mobile cranes and mobile elevated working platforms.

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