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Case Study: Kings College School, Wimbledon

Location:

Wimbledon, London

Client:

Kings College School

Design & Construct:

Smith Construction (Heckington) Ltd

Operations Director:

Smith Construction (Heckington) Ltd

Surface System:

Tiger Turf Evo Pro

Contract Value:£460,000
Works Began:April 2009
Handover of all site works:July 2009
Kings College School, Wimbledon

    Project: A FIH National Standard Sand Dressed Hockey Pitch

  • Ground Stabilisation – due to high water table
  • National Standard All-Weather Hockey Pitch with  Ultra Low-glare Floodlighting 
  • Pathways and Viewing Areas
  • New Floodlighting to existing sand filled pitch 

Turnkey Design and Build contract to provide sand dressed hockey pitch to meet the FIH National Standard.  The facility includes a sustainable drainage system, water course re-routing, vehicular access bridge for grounds maintenance machinery, tractors etc.  The pitches are floodlit by an ultra low-glare floodlighting scheme.

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