The industry specialist magazine includes a report on Premier’s appointment to provide a series of modular building complexes at Hinkley Point C, offering offices and site welfare facilities for the construction phase of the new nuclear power station on page 17.
Page 20 of the magazine also includes an article entitled “Regeneration, Restoration & Growth – Rethinking the Abandoned, Dismissed and Misused” by Premier’s Business Development Director Rachel Davis. The article discusses how Premier’s offsite construction methods and expertise have played a crucial role in several projects where regeneration has been a key factor.
An article written by Clare Murray, Head of Sustainability at Levitt Bernstein and The UK Green Building Council Future Leader discusses how Offsite methods have a crucial role to play in the design quality of housing and across the wider sustainability agenda on pages 32 and 33. Included in this article is a feature on the rooftop extension to John Dodgson House, providing additional postgraduate study bedrooms to an existing hall of residence for University College London. Premier Modular is proud to have manufactured and installed the offsite volumetric modular element for this project.
Have a look at the pdf below to see the articles in full.