Elm Park is an upmarket 100,000m² mixed used project consisting of a private hospital, hotel, office, apartments and housing for senior citizens, along with cafes and sandwich bars, all provided in a landscaped park.
The entire project includes a combined heat and power generation system fuelled by woodchip biomass. Electricity is generated onsite and hot water supplied to apartments as a by-product and all the buildings utilise their orientation to maximise wind-driven ventilation and to benefit from solar energy.
Our work entailed erecting independent scaffold and heavy duty loading bays to the building perimeter for cladding and glazing works. As well as this heavy duty support, scaffolds were erected for courtyard canopies for use by subcontractor Permasteelista and a unit beam bridged birdcage was erected to the swimming pool.
Internal works consisted of erecting independent scaffold to the atrium, along with a goods only hoist, further to this internal lift shaft scaffolds were erected and riser scaffolds and handrails to leading edge perimeters.