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The project was undertaken for Cheshire West and Chester Council and provides a contemporary public realm plaza together with a fully covered concourse. The project was fully designed with Mott MacDonald providing an integrated design team.
The project was constructed by Graham Construction and it is located just to the North West of the city centre and is directly linked to the main road network.
The structure featured timber laminated beams together with a green roof which had an interesting geometrical format arranged around a horseshoe which accommodated the majority of the bus stands. Two 'pods' were integrated into the design. These provide retail accommodation together with operational facilities.
The curved roof was founded on piles taken through to the underlying sandstone bedrock with the interchange incorporating a high standard of finishes which matched those in the city. There was an extensive retaining wall constructed adjacent to St Oswald's Way which is a heavily trafficked route around the city and this utilised pre-cast construction to ensure that the construction could proceed to strict timescales.
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t: 07530 827543
Complimentary buffet and tea/coffee will be served from 6p.m.
Organised by ICE Merseyside and IStructE.
Geoff is both a Chartered Structural and Chartered Civil Engineer and has been part of Mott MacDonald for over 20 years. Previously he has worked for a variety of consultants and other organisations throughout the north west and further afield with all of his experience being in the UK.
He is a graduate of Sheffield University and then later in life of the Open University and has been a member of the Institution for over 30 years.
He has been awarded IStructE branch prizes on three separate occasions while at Mott MacDonald for a variety of projects. These have encompassed many facets of civil and structural engineering. These have ranged from the Manchester Joint Hospitals Project to the Chester Bus Interchange.
Chester Bus Interchange is one of the latest schemes with which Geoff has been involved with in the transportation field and Geoff was responsible for delivering the construction design process on behalf of Graham Construction with whom he had worked with on a previous occasion.