NCS is proud of our contributions to the built environment, and our track record of work leaves a lasting contribution to the civic infrastructure for thousands to enjoy.
Newbiggin Maritime Centre
Newbiggin Heritage Partnership
The “landmark” Centre aims to continue the regeneration of Newbiggin providing economic, social, educational and community benefits in the development of a new image for Newbiggin. The centre houses two major pieces of Newbiggin’s maritime history, the restored ‘Mary Joicey’ Lifeboat and a local Coble fishing boat, the ‘Girl Anne’, and provides interpretation of the relationship of Newbiggin and its people with the sea.
NCS tendered this Project on a two stage tender, and were appointed as preferred principal contractor after the first stage and worked with the Client and Design Team to produce a firm cost and contract sum for the Maritime Centre, achieving a 30% reduction in contract price through value engineering to meet the Clients budget expectations.
The steel-framed building incorporates an education/meeting/conference facility, retail space, a ticket sales desk and a cafe/restaurant. External works included promenade improvement works and alterations to existing car park facilities and installation of incoming services.
NCS returned to the Newbiggin Maritime Centre to undertake an additional contract for the construction of a 25m long boardwalk up to a 6.5m long steel bridge to an external viewing platform.
Prudhoe Community Partnership
As the Main Contractor on this prestigious project, the works comprised of the demolition of an existing library and the construction of the new Spetchells Community Building, a “one stop shop” civic building containing the new town library & customer services, and space for the Town Council, Isos Housing and a range of other community groups.
NCS have delivered a flexible building centred around a stunning central atrium, with significant renewable energy provisions such as heat pumps, thermal solar panels and photovoltaic technology. NCS undertook a number of elements of work on a design and construction basis, including lift installation, renewable technology installation, temporary works, precast concrete and steel stairs.
Due to the location of the project, restrictive working areas and the adjacent main road, strict planning was necessitated to ensure the safety of the public and to cause minimum disruption to neighbouring businesses and the community.
Redcar & Cleveland Visitors Centre Improvements
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council
This project involved the refurbishment of three existing single storey W.C. blocks at Marske, Redcar and Saltburn. The works at Marske and Redcar involved drainage alterations, replacement of W.C. fittings, installation of vanity units, new doors and new floor, wall and ceiling finishes.
The works to the existing W.C. facility on Saltburn Lower Promenade were more extensive to provide modern W.C., shower and changing facilities within a “Victorian” themed setting in line with the historic surroundings.
The works included, structural alterations, new partitions and screens, new W.C. and shower fittings, mechanical and electrical installations, vanity units, W.C. cubicles, extensive tiling to the walls and floors, decoration works and external works.
The works in all locations were carried whilst maintaining the day to day access arrangements to the promenades for adjacent businesses and the general public.
By working closely with the Client and the Architect to fully understand the project’s inherent challenges, NCS were able to successfully hand over a high quality project, on time, within budget and without any safety incidents.
West Park & Walton Street Improvements, Hull
Kingston Upon Hull City Council
Following the opening of the Hull Stadium, improvements were required to the surrounding park facilities and adjacent car park, many of these were undertaken in this contract. NCS were appointed the Main Contractor and the basis was full design and construct, taking the outline proposals and producing from them fully designed solutions for each element of work.
The scope of work comprised car parking upgrades, surfacing of the Stadium access road, soiling and seeding verges, new drainage, traffic calming, landscape bunds and installation of stone & gravelled surface areas. NCS also demolished existing averies and created new formal ornamental gardens, including decorative paving, mosaics, lighting, street furniture and planting.
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