Peter Marshall delivered stair roof access as part of a state-of-the-art, 180,000 square foot logistics scheme, at a site in Milton Keynes.
The 10.4-acre site in Fenny Lock has been developed by Baytree – a leading pan-European logistics building development company. The project seeks to become one of the most sustainable logistics developments ever built in the UK. The scheme has been specified to be BREEAM “Excellent”, and “WELL” ready.
In addition, the site has technology enabled sustainable design features, which are beneficial to the health and wellbeing of building users. These include the use of an extensive sensor suite, which constantly monitors indoor air and water quality, as well as lighting usage, in order to create the best working environment.
The site’s sustainable features also include a system that monitors onsite water attenuation, as part of its drainage. This will harvest rainwater to be used in green spaces. The health and wellbeing of all people using the site is being carefully considered. They will benefit from outdoor gyms, training areas, edible vegetation and reclaimed timber seating. With electric charging stations for vehicles, heat pumps and solar panels, sustainability and the environment are essential design factors on this project.
Peter Marshall Steel Stairs designed, manufactured, and installed 2 sets of stair roof access structures which comprise of:
- Steel support structure with partial screening
- 3 sets of stair flights & associated landings
- 3 sets of ships ladders & landings
- Twin rail steel balustrade