Hilton Campus, Aberdeen

Type and size of project

A former university campus to the north of central Aberdeen will provide in excess of 248 dwellings with a mixture of detached family homes, townhouses and apartments.

Key Facts

Following a year of pre design and value engineering Stewart Milne Timber Systems were appointed to undertake the design, supply and erection of the timber frame apartments on this prestigious development.

The project consisted of open panel timber frame construction with floor cassettes. To maximise the speed of build, sheet materials and insulation were supplied and loaded in as the structure was erected.

The project also utilised a fall prevention & edge protection system which provided a safe working platform for the operatives whilst promoting a greater health and safety culture.

The timber frame contract value is in excess of £3 million.

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