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Woolwich Civic Centre

As part of an overall regeneration programme in Woolwich town centre, a new civic centre has been built which houses the majority of the local council services under one roof, whilst providing a new library and business centre.

The new structure is a steel framed building which consists of six floors built around two main concrete cores and one smaller central concrete riser. Aesthetic features of the build include exposed internal columns and a glazed gallery to the purpose built rooftop plant area.

Billington Structures, working on behalf of main contractor Wates, has erected over 1, 300 tonnes of structural steel to form a six storey, beam and column structure. The steel erection progressed in tandem with the installation of the precast units, creating a three phase erection sequence. Whilst the precast units were being installed, Billington erected an adjacent phase up to the third level, in preparation for the follow on trades.

British Constructional Steelwork Association
Sustainability in Steel Construction
Factory Production Control and CE Marking
Building Confidence Accredited
Quality Management System Certification
Environmental Management System Certification
Occupational Health & Safety Management System Certification
School Supply Chain Sustainability