We have provided our input on office schemes from 1000 to 250000 square feet, working with both private and public sector clients in flagship new builds and high quality refurbishments. We work with clients from site assessment and acquisition through concept design to completion.
The Exchange at Bridgewater created a multi-purpose office, conference centre, gymnasium, cafe and childcare nursery facilities all within a vibrant contemporary building.
Constructed of cost effective traditional structural materials and methods of working the building overlooks the River Parrat and incorporated sustainable materials and adopted SUDS drainage systems to further enhance its environmental credentials.
A long-term aspiration of the Authority to locate within its own borders, this new 2500sq.m Council building houses the Authority’s executive functions and 200 Council staff which relocated from Cwmbran. The project includes flexible workspace, Council Chambers and meeting spaces on a site alongside Coleg Gwent, in a modern BREEAM Excellent building and new working practices.
The redevelopment between Little Mill and Usk includes a two-storey 2,564 sq.m building in two wings linked by a glazed area and a 200 space car park. Situated on the Coleg Gwent Rhadyr campus in Usk in many aspects it is a traditional building with steel frame, and pad and strip foundations.
The ground floor features a glazed atrium at its entrance, open plan offices, conference and meeting rooms. A bridged link provides informal seating on the first floor together with the debating chamber, members and chief executive offices. The main open plan offices have has 200 work stations for 400 staff and 43 Councillors using a flexible working system.
To achieve a BREEAM rating of Excellent, the scheme has natural lighting and ventilation, incorporating traditional and contemporary materials and green features such as solar panels and recycled water tanks and a biomass boiler.
The location gave rise to several hurdles to be overcome in order to start of construction in accordance with the programme Jubb negotiating intensively with the Environment Agency in relation to securing Flood Defence Consent, approval for changes to the private foul pumping station, flood evacuation plan and flood protection, all balanced against ecological issues and conflicts.
Structural design for a new production facility at Daedalus, Gosport. This new facility will has a production floor of c.4500m² and a two-storey office facility attached, providing approximately 800m² of meeting, offices and canteen facilities.
With poor ground conditions the solution was to provide a piled slab solution to cope with the extremely heavily loaded production floor. By rationalising the loading from the machines and forklifts we were able to manage to limit foundation costs. Jubb were appointment to provide services up to Stage 3+ to enable to Client to procure the project on a D&B basis. Due to the complexity of the final machine fit-out and the extremely tight tolerances on construction to match manufacturing requirements, the Client decided to retain Jubb on the Client side throughout the project.
This 104-acre mixed B-Class Business and Industrial Park is situated next to Junction 23 of the M5. With planning consent of 1.5m sq.ft of floor area, the development received support from the RDA as a strategic employment site and has been developed out on a Plot by Plot basis extending the infrastructure to suit to minimise the developer’s upfront costs. The site is now almost complete and includes office units, distribution centres, industrial building, a hotel and conference centre.
Soft alluvium and peat to a depth of 30m, the construction of a 3km flood protection embankment, a flat, tide locked site in an area with serious surface water drainage problems next to the ecologically important SPA of the river estuary were all significant constraints that were overcome with our innovative Engineering design solutions.
UKHO provides hydrographic and geospatial data to mariners and maritime organisations across the world.
The redevelopment of UKHO’s Admiralty Way site will see the construction of a new 12000m² environmentally friendly office to create a modern, collaborative working environment. As well as bringing cost efficiency, the new building will deliver up-to-date technology and working conditions to enable UKHO to sustain a long-term future as a data-centric organisation.
This new building will replace the existing outdated office building (which will be demolished) and will be home to 750 UKHO staff.
A new 25,000m² flagship Head Office building and adjacent Multi storey car park. The building sits in a 4.8-acre site with access off Jubilee way.
The project involved the construction of a 5-storey composite steel framed structure over a single storey basement, with a central atrium to bring natural light to all areas of the building. Offsite manufacturer was adopted wherever possible with the external cladding formed with precast concrete and brick slips.
Jubb were responsible for the Civil, structural and geotechnical elements of the project. We worked closely with the client to help them achieve their aspirations whilst working to a strict budget and tight deadlines.
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