Government

Sunderland ARC choose CTSpace for the Holmeside Regeneration Project

Sunderland ARC is an urban regeneration company founded by English Partnerships, One NorthEast and Sunderland City Council.  The remit is to deliver the physical regeneration of large areas within the city of Sunderland.  The company is part of the government sponsored Urban Renaissance aimed at transforming the economic and social life of cities.  The ARC will invest more than £1billion in the regeneration of the city over the next 15 years.  This includes over 300 hectares of brownfield land, more than 3 million sq ft of commercial, retail, leisure and civic space and more than 3,000 housing units.

Project Value: £1billion, Duration: 15 years


ST Martin's Partnership choose CTSpace for refurbishment and regeneration project

ST Martin's Community Partnership consists of the Metropolitan Housing Trust, Presentation Housing Association and Horizon Housing Group, working in partnership with the contractor Llewellyn.  They are responsible for the £28.5m regeneration project which is refurbishing ST Martin's Estate in Lambeth.  The contract adopted is the PPC2000 (Project Partnering Contract), which requires an early warning system to be adopted to identify any potential issues so they are quickly resolved, preventing delays to the project. 

Project Value: £28.5 million


Morgan Ashurst choose CTSpace for schools and estate management contract

Morgan Ashurst have created the 'insprED' joint venture with INnisFree and Equion, to bid for one of the UK's largest PFI schools project for South Lanarkshire Council.  The contract for the delivery of 17 new and 2 refurbished secondary schools, and the provision of estate management services over the 30-year concession period, is valued in excess of £290m. 

Project Value: £290 million, Duration: 30 years


CTSpace solutions to support the "France Diplomatic Campus" in China

This project concerns the construction of the French Embassy, the residence of the Ambassador and a garden on a 2 hectare site in Beijing.  The Embassy will cover 7,000², with an extra 1,430m² for the residence and 3,000m² for the garden.  The Ministry for European and Foreign Affairs is in overall control of the project, with architect Sarea Alain Sarfati, the engineering company Séchaud & Bossuyt, and a local contractor making up the project team.  The project is currently in the design phase and invitations to tender for the construction phase have been sent.  The CTSpace platform enables the teams based in France and China to effectively communicate and collaborate on this project. 

Estimated Project Value: €21 million

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