Fabrick Square Apartments

C.J. Furey was appointed by Colmore Tang Construction to install the foundations and groundwork elements of this major project.

The Project

As Birmingham’s largest city centre regeneration scheme, this was a flagship development for Colmore Tang and its parent company Seven Capital.

Consisting of four individual buildings – The Cotton Lofts, Cotton House, The Drapery and Drapery House, the refurbishment forms the first ever Residential Square in Digbeth.

C.J. Furey was involved in refurbishment of the existing buildings, as well as the development of more than 300 new apartments.

The site programme involved a rapid and complex construction schedule that required continual dialogue between a variety of trades.

Works for C.J. Furey included cropping concrete piles, installing reinforced concrete ground beams, all drainage and service ducts – including a large storm attenuation tank, constructing reinforced concrete walls and installation of tarmac haul roads on site.

Refurbishment of the existing factory building included concrete underpinning, new drainage and service duct installations, installation of isolated concrete foundations and the removal of existing concrete floors.

Our excellent relationship with Colmore Tang, commitment to working through complex logistical restraints, and proactive nature on site, enabled us to complete our works on time to everyone’s satisfaction.

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