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detection, enabled the design team to cross check all service routes and apertures in the CLT before fabrication. A key essential challenge that minimised the need for site adjustments and maintained the fast track construction ethos behind CLT and a fully detailed coordinated Revit/BIM model was handed to the client on completion. Speaking at the launch of the centre, Nick


Pink, CEO of England Golf, said: “In my role I have the privilege of going to a number of golf clubs/golf facilities all around the country. I think what you’ve got here is a blueprint for golf right across England, GB & Ireland, and right across the world.”


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further consideration with natural cedar and stone used for the external skin. All of the above sustainability measures contributed to an overall improvement of 8.3 per cent to the notional building emission rate in the as-built BRUKL and an A rated EPC. Following a further review by the CLT


suppliers, an embodied carbon saving of 43t, 118t of stored carbon in the mass timber frame and 162t of carbon saving when compared to reinforced concrete. These carbon savings can be used


to offset the operational carbon emissions for a period of 18 years. Working with the CLT supplier’s very strict programme for coordination and clash


Project team


• Architect and lead designer: MEB Design • Main contractor: Feltham Construction


• CLT superstructure sub-contractors: Eurban


• M & E designers: Ridge & Partners LLP


• CDM principal designer: Ridge & Partners LLP


• Structural designers: Peter Brett Associates


• Approved inspectors: Aedis


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