Concast provide rising elements at Dundee University

Work on the £12.5 million Centre for Translational and Interdisciplinary Research (CTIR) building at the University of Dundee continues on schedule for completion by early 2014. The new CTIR building will include approximately 5,000 sq.m. of research laboratories and support accommodation over four floors. The main contractor, Tracey Brothers, instructed Concast to design, supply and erect all rising elements including walls, columns, stairs cores and lift shafts.

Time lapse video of CTIR Building


Hybrid Precast / in-situ frame awaiting cladding


Precast rising elements at ground level awaiting in-situ formwork for first floor pour

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