Length of job: 14 months over 2 phases of the project.
No. of operatives: 8
Works required on site: LV electrical installation and ELV of aerials, Virgin media, BT, door access and fire alarms
Since launching in 2006, Countryside’s flagship New Broughton Village development in Salford has become an example of sustainable regeneration, having grown to become a flourishing suburban community on the doorstep of Manchester City Centre.
Forming part of Salford City Council’s successful £500m regeneration of Lower Broughton, New Broughton Village is a collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments, and two, three and four-bedroom houses.
Upon completion it will comprise of 3,500 mixed-tenure homes and a full range of community facilities and services including shops, leisure, employment, education and training.
Programme of works involved operatives working to a continued flow of 1st fix installations and teams following behind completing 2nd and final fix with various types plots being completed on a 1st fix daily.