In January Cuttings Lightning Protection were awarded the contract for the installation of lightning protection to County Hall in Chichester
The new county hall in the grounds of Wren House was designed by Cecil G Stillman, the County Architect, in the Georgian Revival style, and was built between 1933 and 1936
The new Lightning Protection System (LPS) is designed to comply with British Standard BS EN
In November Cuttings Lightning Protection were awarded the contract for specialist lightning protection at Oak Park Dairy in Exeter.
The project involves the installation of an 'isolated' protection system using High Voltage Insulated (HVI) conductors supplied by DEHN UK Ltd.
This method is designed to capture the lightning current above the structure being protected and then to safety take that current to earth without risk to the building/structure and is particularly required for buildings with an explosive risk.
October saw Cuttings Lightning Protection awarded the contract on the £50m revamp of NHS Hellesdon Hospital in Norwich.
Steels frames for the new ward blocks have already commenced and the project is aiming to complete by the end of 2024.
Cuttings are installing a Lightning Protection system to all new buildings.
September saw Cuttings Lightning Protection win the Lightning Protection installation work on Phase 3B of Gascoigne Estate in Barking.
Construction has started this summer, with homes finished by the beginning of 2026.
Main Contractorr, Wates, will use modern methods of construction such as offsite production of balconies, bathrooms and utilities cupboards to reduce construction time on site.
In another incredibly successful month of contract wins, July saw Cuttings Lightning Protection securing the work on this beauty!
Say hello to Marian Place in Bethnal Green, London which will provide 555 exceptional new homes nestling in 1.75 acres of accessible public open space.
Site clearance has taken place, leaving two original gasholders which will house stunning new apartment buildings.
Cuttings London are delivering the Lightning Protection package for the site.
Works continue on the stunning Hill Partnership site in North West Cambridge.
The Lot M3 development is located at the centre of the wider North West Cambridge Masterplan. This part of the development is a reinforced concrete frame incorporating 10,000 sq m of residential and commercial space over a 3,900 sq m semi-basement undercroft housing a number of duplex apartments and car parking provision. Images - Pollard Thomas Edwards
Cuttings East are delivering the Lightning Protection package for the site.
Works continue on the stunning Berkeley Homes site known as Oval Village.
Oval Village is moments from the iconic Oval Cricket Stadium in Central London, Built on the site of the historic Oval Gasworks. Located less than 9 minutes walk to Vauxhall Station, 10 minutes walk to Oval and Kennington Underground Stations. It is developed by Berkeley Group, offering Manhattan, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments for sale in London. This exciting collection of apartments has all the charm, character and community of English village life without losing the buzz of the city.
Cuttings London are delivering the Lightning Protection package for the entire site.
Construction will soon begin of a £200 million wellness and life science village on the outskirts Llanelli.
The long-awaited Pentre Awel scheme at Delta Lakes will comprise a new leisure centre, hydrotherapy pool, academic, research and business space, health and rehabilitation facilities, assisted living accommodation, open market and social housing, a nursing home and hotel.
Cuttings West will be delivering the complete Lightning Protection package.
West Quay Developments (Poole) gained planning permission in July 2016 to build 291 flats on the site, as well as retail units, car parking, and a quayside walkway all with stunning views of the marina and beyond.
The company recently announced its intention to demolish the derelict existing buildings, which formerly housed City Bay Views Chinese restaurant, Twin Sails Wharf, the Marina club, and offices.
Cuttings South will be delivering the complete Lightning Protection package.
Birmingham developer Court Collaboration has signed up JRL-owned main contractor Midgard to deliver its 51-storey project One Eastside scheme.
One Eastside will be the city’s tallest residential tower at over 154m and will be Midgard’s second tallest project, after CanaryWharf’s 65-storey Consort Place.
The Birmingham project, which also includes a 16-storey block, will provide 667 build-to-rent apartments built near to the new HS2 station on Curzon Street.
Cuttings will be delivering the complete Earthing & Lightning Protection Package.
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