Newly built Birmingham Dental Hospital and School is the first integrated dental hospital and learning facility built in the UK for nearly 40 years.
With an overall budget of £50 million, this new facility is located on the Pebble Mill site which was previously home to Birmingham BBC Studios. The studios were relocated and demolished in 2003.
The development of this site was scheduled over an 18 month period. Trent Valley Architectural project managed and installed 275 dual-frame windows, 7 storm-frame double doors, over 1100m2 of vertical curtain walling and a bespoke atrium roof.
At Trent Valley Architectural we can carefully manage product quality and lead times as all products are fabricated within our manufacturing facility based in Nottingham.
The glazing package installed is synonymous with the building’s surroundings and matched both specification and the design aesthetics intended by the main contractor.
Project director, Andy Harrison, from the Trust, said: “The new site will provide a fitting environment from which to deliver our internationally recognised clinical services, education and research and we are delighted to be able to welcome staff, students and patients to this superb new environment for clinical treatment and education.”
Project: Serlby Park Academy
Sector: Education & Local Authority
Project Value: £450,000
Contractor: Kier Construction Midlands
Project Duration: 20 Weeks
Architect: Nicholas Hare Architects
- Sapa Dualframe 75SI Windows
- Elegance 52 Curtain Walling
- Stormframe 2 Doors
- Duco Louvres