James Killelea & Co Ltd were involved as steelwork engineering contractors delivering overall design, design of connections, fabrication, priming or galvanising, and erection of the steelwork.
Broadmarsh (MSCP) multi-storey car park is based in Nottingham, providing 1,200 parking spaces on 6 suspended levels together with a bus station and interconnecting link bridge. It replaces the previous car park and bus station, which was demolished in 2018.
Broadmarsh MSCP Nottingham technical specification for hot rolled steel, channels, angles, box section, cold rolled steel and bolts.
It represents a £43 million development by the city and is part of a wider £2 billion redevelopment programme to transform the face of the southern city centre.
The roof supports a photo-voltaic farm of 720 solar panels which will generate ca. 190,000 kWh of electricity – enough to supply 50 homes – and will power the facilities and electric charging points in the car park.
Because of our wide experience in erecting large MSCP structures, we were awarded the project by the main contractor.
Galliford Try plc, Uxbridge
The original elements of Galliford Try have been constructing housing, buildings and infrastructure for over 100 years. The Galliford business was based in the Midlands, while WS Try was established around the time of WW1 in Uxbridge, S.E. England.
in 2021 James Killelea & Co Ltd were awarded with the Contractor of the year award by Galliford Try plc: