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On December 3rd, Nordic Homes will be exhibiting at the Student Accommodation Conference at the etc venue, 155 Bishopsgate, London.
Organised by Property Week, the conference, the biggest of its kind in the UK, provides the latest know-how and advice on the changing dynamics of student accommodation.
Pauls Dzintars Kalnins, managing director of Nordic Homes and Adam Greenfield, managing Director of Nordic Construction, will be available to discuss how timber frame modular construction can deliver faster Internal Investment Returns (IIR) than traditional build without compromising quality.
Nordic will be showcasing their most recent joint project, a 339 bedroom, student accommodation development of over 10,000 sq m situated in the Georgian quarter of Hope Street, Liverpool. The development includes apartment and accessible studios, complete with fully fitted kitchens and ensuite bathrooms, in a purpose built student centre including a cinema, gym, bars and restaurant opening onto a central landscaped courtyard. The volumetric construction system being used is not usually available in the UK. Similar steel frame modules have been used in the UK before, but timber frame systems currently tend to be manufactured in the UK only in separate wall, floor and roof panels rather than full modules. The Nordic approach harnesses the sustainability and cost benefits of timber frame with the well-known speed and safety advantage of genuine volumetric construction. Modules arrive on site decorated to a high standard and ready wired and plumbed for all services.
Work started on site in January for foundations and is due for completion next summer. The blocks range from four to eight storeys above the ground floor retail units.
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