Leigh Street in High Wycombe sees new four block residential development. The development includes the conversion and extension of Birch House to provide residential units, as well as the construction of an additional three buildings.
The Sigmat team are currently on site with the first of the four blocks completed, and the second well underway. All four are due to be completed by the end of 2021. The four buildings consist of three to six floors of Sigmat panels each, with 54 flights of stairs and 28 half landings, and all buildings erected on a single-storey transfer structure. The entrance building has 4 floors of Sigmat panels and is erected on a two-storey transfer structure which covers the site providing multi-storey carparking facilities underneath.
Leigh Street will be a fundamental development in High Wycombe adding to the regeneration of the area. Once complete, the development will boast 228 one and two-bedroom apartments for residents in High Wycombe. Located close to the shops and amenities of the town centre and approx. one mile from High Wycombe.
Jason Berry, Contracts Manager, Sigmat “Given the complexity of the site, the Sigmat LGSF system proved most suited as the offsite nature ensures accuracy, programme surety and speed of erection. The system delivers high quality housing helping to meet the demand in the area.”
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