CHAP Group Update
During the COVID-19 pandemic, CHAP Group has been strictly adhering to Scottish Government advice regarding construction. The majority of our sites have been closed since the end of March, with the exception of some essential works at NHS . . .
Update from Hugh Craigie, Managing Director
Following the announcement from the Prime Minister last night, we are closing the majority of our sites with . . .
Works Progressing at Hospitalfield Arts in Arbroath
Works are progressing at CHAP’s project at Hospitalfield Arts in Arbroath.
Pictured above is the existing wall behind which the new kitchenette and toilets will be formed. The wall has been propped and secured using CHAP Quarries . . .
This project forms an essential part of the overall redevelopment of the Hillhead of Seaton Campus – a 3 year development plan adopted to bring the University Buildings up to standard to meet their ambitions for student experiences.
Works included extensive structural alterations, internal and external refurbishment of a large student facility building together with an extension to provide new reception and circulation areas, offices, music, computer and prayer rooms, storage facilities, a cafe/bar, restaurant and recreational facilities complete with new internal finishes, electrics, data, ventilation , fixtures and fittings. The formation of a roof top plant area together with external envelope works and landscaping were also incorporated. The University remained operational throughout the construction works.
Contractor Design Elements included: Steel connections; Photovoltaic Cells; Natural Ventilation; BMS and Controls.
The project was awarded with a Considerate Contractor “Beyond Compliance” Certificate and subject to BREEAM Assessment.