Works to create 25,000 square feet of new build residential and retail property on the area of the car park entrance at Brighton Square are now in full swing.
The works form part of a major refurbishment programme to modernise this well-appointed area within the Brighton Lanes in East Sussex.
The current round of works will create a new mixed use development consisting of four residential units and two new shops in the eastern corner of Brighton Square.
The hot-rolled steel frame for main build has now been erected and the lower level floor levels have been cast.
Installation of the pre-fabricated metal wall panels and concrete floor decking is well underway.
The collection of 1-2 storey flats will be formed using a cold-rolled load-bearing structural Framing System (SFS) with an in-situ concrete floor system.
Gyoury Self also provided structural engineering services for the recent redevelopment of business units at the ‘North Block’ of Brighton Square which are being transformed into the Coppa Club bar and restaurant. Planning is currently being sought for the creation of an outdoor seating area.
The phased redevelopment scheme was commissioned by Centurion Group – the owners of Brighton Square – and we have undertaken the work as part of a design team which includes project architects Morgan Carn Partnership.
The current round of works is due for completion later this year.
Image Credits: Centurion Group UK, Gyoury Self
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