Jubb have extensive defence related experience gained over many years, providing design and consultancy advice to a wide range of defence related clients, including design of site wide Infrastructure and Facilities incorporating CTM counter terrorism measures. We are currently delivering defence projects through the NGEC DIO framework and NTEP Training Estate frameworks, having previously completed over 100 projects within the DE DEBUT Regional Prime Contract RPCSW framework in a number of MoD establishments throughout the South West. This includes RM Norton Manor Camp, RM Lympstone, RM Bickleigh, RM Stonehouse, RM Chivenor and RM Poole. RNAS Culdrose and Yeovilton, RAC Bovington Camp, DARA Fleetlands, HMNB Portsmouth and HMNB Devonport Dockyard. As well as our case study the rebasing of Imjin Barracks formerly RAF Innsworth for HQ ARRC. In addition, Jubb have also been involved in the design and build of twelve defence projects working for two Main Contractors on Project Allenby Connaught for Aspire Defence Capital works (ADCW) a Carillion PFI for the Army throughout the Salisbury Plain Area. Jubb have also worked Client side for the Royal Navy Estates Organisation (RNEO) formerly NRTA on their Assessment Study and Peer Review Team delivering Naval training projects through their VT Flagship framework.
As part of the MoD Debut South West Regional Prime Contract for Defence Estates for the relocation of the Allied Rapid Reaction Core from Germany to RAF Innsworth, a new Briefing Theatre adjacent to the refurbished HQ office buildings was proposed.
At its centre the Briefing Theatre steel frame building provides a state of the art 500 seat tiered auditorium, with four adjacent syndicate meeting rooms, main foyer and break out area for the ARRC Command.
The flagship refurbishment of the 1930’s Royal Artillery Headquarters Officers Mess at Larkhill Camp, Salisbury Plain as part of the ASPIRE Defence Capital Works programme PFI for the Army.
As part of the works the internal arrangement of all the accommodation rooms above the ground floor public rooms together with the two adjoining accommodation wings have been converted by turning three existing single rooms into two with en-suite, this involved removing existing structural walls and constructing new buttressing walls which had CTM implications.
One of a series of projects for the MoD as part of the Debut South West Regional Prime Contract for Defence Estates for the construction of a new Junior Ranks Kitchen and PAYD Mess Facility together with Bar, Retail and Social facilities.
The building was cruciform in plan and comprises 3 areas of propped portal frame construction. The Kitchen with the Plant Room over is located within the pitched roof void with louvre access in the gable end to facilitate plant removal. The central area consists of the Servery, Dining Hall, and Bars. The end wing provides for Retail, the Social Facilities and the TV Rooms.
On the back there is a portal framed delivery canopy to the back of house kitchen area and covered recycle bin store.
One of a series of projects for the MoD as part of the Debut South West Regional Prime Contract for Defence Estates for the construction of a new Motor Transport Workshop facility and Logistic Company facility for 40 Commando Royal Marines Norton Manor Camp was completed in 2009.
The part two storey steel framed portal building has been constructed behind a reinforced concrete retaining wall built into a sloping site and provides for a Vehicle Maintenance Workshop and CHE Vehicle Storage at ground floor level with Offices, Stores and Training rooms for the Logistic Company at first floor level accessed via the upper site level. The Vehicle Maintenance Workshop provides six inspection bays with two 30 ton and 10 ton platform lifts together with gantry crane, a rolling road and brake test pit for the repair and servicing of military vehicles. Externally adjacent the building is a vehicle wash facility and concrete ramp for the transportation of tracked military vehicles onto low loader HGV transporters.
There are two additional portal framed buildings for the storage of larger military vehicles as well as external parking on the upper site level.
A new Physical and Recreation Training Centre to provide new sports, training and rehabilitation facilities for 40 Cdo Royal Marines at Norton Manor Camp composed of two steel framed volumes. A single storey brick clad frontage for changing rooms, offices and support services and clear span a portal framed main sports hall with climbing frame and combat training facilities with a two storey viewing gallery clad in a combination of timber, patent glazing and kingspan cladding.
Sustainability has been built into the project with the building designed to achieve an excellent DREAM rating, with natural ventilation and day lighting, including the use of wind catchers, solar shading, rainwater harvesting and an envelope designed to achieve U-values 20% better than current building regulation requirements.
One of a series of MoD projects undertaken as part of Debut South West Regional Prime Contract to Defence Estates. Terrier is the Army’s new Armoured Engineering Tractor developed in collaboration with BAE Systems who as part of their contract are to provide and manage training throughout it’s in service life.
The steel framed building comprises three elements, four clear height Simulator Rooms and Instructor Stations, a two storey Classroom Block and a four bay maintenance Training Workshop with overhead gantry crane.
As the facility is located at the top edge of the Camp next to the security wire and adjacent to the Tank Training, there were both CTM (counter terrorism measures) and Acoustic design issues. There was also no mains drainage infrastructure which required both FW Cesspool and SW soakaway drainage. Given its remote location a wood chip Bio Mass Boiler has also been installed on site.
In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, our business resilience planning is now being implemented. Whilst we have not closed our offices at this time, we have empowered all staff to work remotely should they choose to do so, and our business infrastructure is fully enabled to seamlessly support the transition to this style of working. Additionally, Government advice may shortly dictate the need for us to make the closure of offices compulsory in the interests of safeguarding wider public health.
We continue to be fully operational but these measures are likely to produce a change to our working patterns.
You may therefore find that you have difficulty reaching us by our main office and direct dial landline telephone numbers but all staff can be still contacted by email, mobile numbers and Microsoft Teams.
For our formal Action Plan and Risk Assessment click COVID-19 Action Plan Risk Assessment_26 March 2020