Courtyard at Greenwich Square
PSP took full responsibility for the design and manufacture of the full external facade. This single point of procurement brings complete synergy throughout the supply chain.
PSP Architectural designed, manufactured and supplied rainscreen cladding for the Greenwich Square development walls and balconies. We also provided metal trims, soffits and copings for the roof, all individually designed to meet the brief’s exact requirements.
Located at the former Greenwich District Hospital site, the development offers a new community for east Greenwich through a 50% affordable housing scheme. Phase one (2016) comprises one, two and three-bedroom maisonettes and four-bedroom townhouses. Communal facilities include a stone-tiled lobby, ground floor refuse room, off-street basement car parking and CCTV-protected bicycle storage. With a current project value of one million, Greenwich Square continues to expand; phase two is due for completion in August 2020, introducing 686 modern new homes.
PSP Architectural collaborated with Mace Facades engineering specialists to ensure consistent progress with the installation of rainscreen cladding. We designed and manufactured a fully drained and ventilated rainscreen system to allow drainage and ventilation to the panel/wall cavity. This enables airflow through the cavity to assist water removal, as well as floor and thermal movement. With Mace Facades, we were able to offer a holistic approach to the rainscreen cladding process, completing the project within 18 months.
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“PSP Architectural are committed to providing absolute quality while remaining productive. Their state-of-the-art fabrication methods, design-driven strategy and frictionless service makes them an ideal supply chain partner. Collaborating with PSP Architectural enabled us to provide a truly outstanding façade solution for Greenwich Square.“
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