The Gatwick Diamond project is a new single emergency and dispatch and headquarters facility for the South East Coast ambulance service (SECAmb).
A design and build commercial project constructing new headquarters including emergency and dispatch facility for the South East Coast Ambulance Service, allowing the release of pockets of current accomadation occupied by SECAmb. In turn this will permit a fire station to be constructed to serve the Burgh Heath area with wider regeneration and reconfiguration opportunities. The project main works- includes the construction of a four-storey office development comprising of steel frame/curtain walling and rain screen cladding. This phase also includes and extensive element of external works and new car parking facilities.
Willmott Dixon were required to provide early access for tenant fit out works, requiring a segregated site to ensure all health and safety policy was adhered to.
How these were delivered
Willmott Dixon in fact offered their site offices to the fit-out contractor and a good relationship was formed so that any issues could be quickly addressed.