Marisco Winery

Client:

Marisco Wines

Project Typology:

New Build

Build Timeframe:

11 Months in total

Date Completed:

2010

Significant Stats:

Three storey building which is more than 100m long and 40m wide.

The winery comprises 200 precast units. 70% of the units were cast on site, some of which were cast on our steel, heated precast panel bed.

Concrete underground service tunnels which house all of the pipework services, concrete floor, concrete column, concrete tilt panel, steel truss and K-Brace construction with gabion baskets on exterior walls, stainless steel wine tanks, Kingspan roof and ceiling with full length skylights.

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Challenges:

Along with cutting edge technology and new design ideas, comes innovation on the job.

A very short construction period of under 11 months to have this significant winery operational meant working the alternative construction sequencing to achieve the result.


Success:

The winery was operational within 9 months in time for vintage, and then finishing off the last 2 months after vintage. It was fully operational in under 11 months from start to finish, including tanks, plant and the like.


Proportion of Resources:

Robinson Construction delivered the Overall Project Management and traditional Concrete, Carpentry and Finishing trades. Using subcontractors for Structural Steel, Roofing, Electrical, Hydraulic, Mechanical, Fire Services, Joinery and Painting.


Key Personnel:

Nick Robinson (Project Manager)

Jim Western (Site Manager)

Phil Robinson (QS)


How Key Personnel Supported Success:

Good communication with both client and consultant representatives at regular PCG meetings meant any decisions needed were agreed very quickly, so there were no delays.


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