The relationship developed between our team and its counterparts at Sisk and Quintain was a major contributor to successfully bidding this project. Upon contract award, John Sisk engaged with our project team early in the design process, which proved to be an important factor on a project of this scale, allowing us to verify the buildability of the design during the pre-construction period.
Engaging in this way added a high degree of cost certainty and allowed our teams to maintain steady progress against the programme.
John Sisk & Son elected to utilise prefabricated bathroom pods throughout the project, saving time and providing a safer environment for all onsite. Our understanding of the Sisk construction string and sequence allowed the pods to be delivered to site and installed in the correct sequence, mitigating programme slippage and allowing all other interfacing trades to remain efficient.
We provided MEP services including a traffic management system, lighting, ventilation and life safety systems to a ground-level coach park large enough for 91 coaches. The project also included a common energy centre and underground waste management system, delivered by others, but required consideration and coordination throughout our delivery.