Phase 2 North Lindsey College - University Centre, North Lincolnshire
Form of Contract
JCT Design & Build
Design and Build
Design and Build
We were appointed as lead contractor to transform and extend the former Grade II Listed building into a first-class campus, maximising the value of a £2.3 million funding package on top of local authority funding.
The project was delivered in two phases to refresh and extend the redundant old Council Civic offices. The whole redevelopment included new mechanical, electrical and heating systems and IT infrastructure.
New teaching facilities included state-of-the-art lecture theatres, study areas. IT centre, study spaces, digital, engineering and construction laboratories with a contemporary conference suite.
Working closely with the client team and the council’s heritage team we ensured the development responded to the architectural and heritage qualities of this historical building.
Key Project Challenges
Grade II Listed building.
Responding to architectural and heritage qualities.
Roman Mosaic in reception area.
Safe delivery on a logistically complex educational site.
Maximising social value outcomes.
Maintaining the heritage of the existing building.
Decarbonising the building.
Value engineering to support affordability.
How we successfully delivered the project
This project was procured via a collaborative framework. We engaged early with the council and college to develop an optimum construction programme and phasing plan to work around the college term times. We also engaged with the local conservation officer to ensure the integrity of the listed building was retained.
We engaged early with suppliers to identify low carbon solutions and products to support the college achieve their carbon reduction targets. Our team used 4Projects project management software to support collaboration and transparency with the client, project team and designers.
We used a carbon calculator and carbon reduction plan to drive down carbon and developed a very targeted social value plan to support NEETS and unemployed people from deprived areas of the town. A social value plan maximised local job creation and retention