New University project online

Dudley’s Aluminium is currently involved in the construction of the new Computational Foundry Building at Swansea University, in partnership with Willmott Dixon Construction.

Dudley’s agreed the £760K contract to install key structural fixtures at the site, including curtain walling, windows and doors, with the project estimated to be completed in spring 2018.

The contractor previously completed a £2.2 million contract to support the construction of Swansea University’s Bay Campus in 2015, installing key structural architectural aluminium and glazing for the Innovation Hub and the ESRI (Energy Safety Research Institute) building on the 65-acre site.

The Foundry will be a bespoke environment built from the ground up, and will house computational scientists within the heart of the university’s Bay Campus.
Dudleys has also secured a contract to help and support the construction of the property development Bayscape in Cardiff Marina.

The £1 million-plus contract include the installation of a Kawneer curtain walling facade in the eight-storey building, as well as windows and doors across the 115 apartments.

Dudley’s has already started work on Phase One of Bayscape at Cardiff Marina, which is a dynamic mixed-use development and will feature 115 one to three bedroom apartments across two separate buildings, as well as an artisan coffee shop on the ground floor. Phase One of the property development is also scheduled for completion in spring 2018.