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VolkerFitzpatrick is proud to have delivered this unique project commemorating the historic Battle of Britain.
Two-stage design and build project
New build visitor centre
Located next to historic WWII bunker
VolkerFitzpatrick design team worked on the project
519m2 exhibition space, model-making and workshop rooms, library, 95 seat auditorium, meeting and conference facilities, café, reception area, car parking and landscaped areas
Steel frame with metal deck upper floors
Reinforced concrete ground slab with piled foundations
"The construction team, consultants and Hillingdon Council Building Control met regularly throughout the build to ensure all aspects of required compliance were met and the visitor centre progressed smoothly to very tight timescales. Our teamwork helped to deliver a striking building for visitors to admire and enjoy."
Anthony Oloyede, building control manager for London Borough of Hillingdon