Author: Emma

Due to expansion, Structura is seeking a Trainee Project Manager to assist us with the delivery of our projects. The responsibilities and duties will include but not limit to the following: To assist in various tasks working alongside our senior project managers / director Assist in the preparation, agree and monitor all Method Statements, Risk Assessments and Programmes for all sub-contract operations. Assist in the scheduling, procure and monitor the supply of all materials and sub- contracted operations for the project to ensure that the overall programme is maintained. Assist in the supervision and control of all on-site operations with additional on-site assistance if required. Assist with the monitoring, updates and reports on costs/budgets for all contract related purchases and expenditure including materials, plant, labour etc. Assist estimators and team members in preparing quotes and monitoring variations. Assist with the Co-ordination and monitor the design and detailing process. Assist with the liaison...

As part of the BBC DIY SOS project to support the Grenfell community, Structura UK is proud to announce it has helped to realise the ambitious scheme to build a new Community Centre and a replacement of the Dale Youth Amateur Boxing Club, which is located in Bay 20 of the Westway. Both projects are designed to support the survivors of the Grenfell disaster. The build was filmed in May and the programme will be broadcast later this year. Over 200 square metres of Kalwall® translucent cladding has been donated for the whole elevation of the new Boxing Club. It is the first to use the newly adapted THERM+ ‘stick built’ curtain walling system from RAICO which has the ability to conceal the fixings and screws and aluminium framing, creating a smooth and dramatic façade.  The BBC press release about the project said, “The boxing club [has] been constructed free of charge through donations from a huge...

Structura has been awarded a prestigious glazing contract as part of a £20 million project by Wilmott Dixon to convert the former Herman Miller furniture factory into a new School of Art and Design for Bath Spa University. The conversion has been designed by Grimshaw Architects. The popular local landmark on Locksbrook Road, Bath has been empty since 2012. As part of the development, the building will have a new upper floor, which will be glazed from floor to ceiling to make the most of its idyllic setting. The new building, due to open in 2019, will provide a contemporary learning environment for the University's art and design students, creating a people-focused space that brings together different disciplines, staff, students and the public. Image: Grimshaw Architects. ...