It’s been an exceptional output from the skilled teams at Soundcraft, delivering on every level for the expansive New Acres urban regeneration development in SW11.
The development, which is being constructed by regeneration specialist Countryside Partnerships, will create a new vibrant local community on the former Homebase site in Wandsworth for Legal & General. The works comprise delivering 480 new PRS homes, of which 30 per cent will be affordable, and more than 15,000 sq ft of mixed-use space for shops, cafes, offices and restaurants, together with acres of public open spaces for community use.
Within a nine-month timeframe, Soundcraft has successfully delivered design intelligence, manufacturing precision and expert installation programmes to provide high-performance, thermally efficient windows, doors and curtain walling – with all teams working concurrently across five tower blocks varying from 9 to 16 storeys.
Strong project management and the highly collaborative working approach between Soundcraft and Countryside Partnerships has driven this successful project to accomplish the completion stages this year.
“Our factory team has achieved amazing work in completing manufacture, often delivering items early to site,” said Soundcraft’s Commercial Director Michael Bishop. “Equally, our industrious on-site teams have worked in partnership to ensure all Soundcraft installations are finished for release, enabling other trades to follow”.
Designed by executive architect Hawking/Brown, construction at the New Acres site in South West London is scheduled for completion in Spring 2024. Michael Bishop said: “We look forward to seeing the build completion as scaffolding starts to come down on this new London landmark project, Soundcraft remains focussed on our continued and successful association with Countryside Partnerships for the future”.
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