Premier Inn, Liverpool.
EvadX have erected 908 tonnes of steel and installed the precast stairs. Working for Main Contractor, Watkin Jones, the construction work on the new hotel in the centre of Liverpool progressed in quick time due to the choice of structural steelwork for the main frame.
“Steel offers a quick construction, as the frame is up fast and this allows the floors to be completed and then other trades can get started,” explains Nick Bumby, Contracts Manager for Watkin Jones.
The majority of the steel frame is based around a regular column grid pattern of 7.2m x 7.7m.
Evadx Ltd, Steelwork Contractors
EvadX Limited was established in the early 1980’s and since then has enjoyed a continued and controlled expansion. In more recent years considerable investment have been made in state of the art technology, namely 3D modelling and detailing systems and fully automated CNC processing equipment. Direct links through our management information system streamlines the fabrication process by providing a seamless interaction between departments, Suppliers and Clients.
Membership of the RQSC qualifies us for contracts up to a value of £3,000,000..
EVADX LAND AT HEATHROW
EvadX were selected by Siemens to undertake a £3 million plus contract for the installation of approximately 700 tonnes of steel to support the Baggage Handling System on the new build Terminal 2A.
Added to this package we also installed the Mezzanine Floor, Handrails and in excess of 100 staircases for the Arrivals and Departure areas of the new Terminal. The Mezzanine floor was mainly installed by suspending the flooring from Hangars connected to the underside of the main frame steelwork.
Evadx commenced work on 26 October 2011 and achieved completion of the main build on 12 November 2012.
The terminal has a budget of £2.5 billion and is due to open in 2014.
Ciaron Creamer, Project Manager for Siemens was very pleased with the effort put in by the EvadX team and commented “The s...
Beam Signing Event - Ysgol Y Gogarth
Representatives from Ysgol Y Gogarth, Willmott Dixon Construction and EvadX Limited were joined by officials from Conwy County Borough Council and the Welsh Government on the 5th February 2013 to celebrate the completion of the structural frame of the new school.
In welcoming everyone to the event and in particular the children from the school - Amara, Kyle and Will, Simon Butcher, Director of Operations Willmott Dixon Construction, stated that the project is progressing as planned. The new building is due to be handed over early 2014 which will be followed by the demolition of the existing school buildings and landscaping work. The project will be completed and the whole site ready for the start of the new term in September 2014.
He also highlighted the continued positive partnership work...