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  • jnpgroup consulting engineers formed part of the design and build team
    liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group consulting engineers services provided Pre Planning Advic Site Layout Levels Advice Flood Risk Assessment Catchment and Hydraulic Modelling JNP Group undertook a Flood Risk Assessment in support of a planning application for redevelopment of a residential site to the north of the River Ouze in Harrold Bedfordshire Site Challenges The site was shown on the EAs flood maps to be within Flood Zone 3 for the River Ouze however the EA expressed concern regarding a lack of detailed modelling of the watercourses local to the site These watercourses bounded the site on two sides and featured walled channels bridges and culverts forming part of the North Harrold Flood Alleviation Scheme and tributaries of the River Ouze Assessment Works JNP Group undertook assessments of the catchment hydrology structures and the Flood Alleviation Scheme the works requiring Detailed review of record data surveys and on site investigations In depth discussions with EA and

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/flood/dove_lane.php (2016-02-11)
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  • St James Homes appointed jnpgroup consulting engineers as their civil, structural and environmental consultants on a new housing development on the site of Thames Water's redundant High Wycombe Sewage Treatment Works adjacent to the River Wye in Buckinghamshire
    at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group consulting engineers services provided Full Geo Enviromental Site Investigation Remedation Strategy Negotiations Approval With The EA W D C Validation Of Remediation Project Management Of Demolition Remediation In 2004 St James Homes appointed JNP Group as their civil structural and environmental consultants on a new housing development on the site of Thames Water s redundant High Wycombe Sewage Treatment Works adjacent to the River Wye in Buckinghamshire High Wycombe STW was decommissioned in 2004 following the diversion of flows to a new STW at Little Marlow Effluent from High Wycombe s population of 85 000 now travels 4km in a gravity sewer inside a 2 75m diameter service tunnel that has been cut up to 90m deep under the Buckinghamshire hills at a cost of 56m Fully treated effluent was traditionally discharged into the River Wye so to maintain the hydrological and ecological balance a compensation flow of 300 l s of clean water is now pumped back from Marlow into the River Wye Demolition and contamination is currently

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/geotechnical-enviromental/wycombe_marsh.php (2016-02-11)
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  • Under separate appointments, jnpgroup acted as the Environmental Engineer and civil engineering services
    rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group consulting engineers services provided Structural Design Foundation Design JNP Group consulting engineers provided full structural engineering service to Sheffield Care Trust for two extensions to the East Glade Centre in South East Sheffield The extensions were built in two phases to extend the floor space of the existing 1960 s single storey medical centre Phase 1 The first phase comprised a single storey load bearing masonry structure with traditional trussed rafter roof The ground floor slab was a suspended floor construction using precast concrete beam and block Phase 2 The second phase required more extensive works this comprised a two storey load bearing masonry structure with one storey below ground floor level built into the embankment alongside the existing building incorporating a retaining structure The lower ground floor consisted of a ground bearing concrete floor slab with the ground floor once again being precast concrete beam and block construction The roof of the extension was constructed of timber trussed rafters The facility provides GP and other medical

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/health/east_glade_centre.php (2016-02-11)
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  • The development is to provide a Low Secure Unit (LCU) at Fieldhead Hospital allowing the Trust to re-organise their other facilities and units in the Region.
    Student Accommodation Transport and Highways Jobs Contacts Site Map Case Studies Health Fieldhead Hospital Wakefield East Glade Centre Fieldhead Hospital Horton ISTC Latest News Story How does the Flood Water Management Act 2010 affect you The new Act will impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More The development is to provide a Low Secure Unit LCU at Fieldhead Hospital allowing the Trust to re organise their other facilities and units in the Region The project has included the provision of new roofs to replace the original flat roofs to give a more welcoming aspect and scale to the facility and to also provide a recreational block for use by the LCU and other faculties on the site The project is currently approaching completion and is programmed to be operational later this year The project has been carried out under the NHS ProCure 21 programme in conjunction with Interserve Project Service Ltd Project Value 7 5M Client South

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/health/fieldhead.php (2016-02-11)
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  • The development is to provide a Low Secure Unit (LCU) at Fieldhead Hospital allowing the Trust to re-organise their other facilities and units in the Region.
    Latest News Story How does the Flood Water Management Act 2010 affect you The new Act will impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group consulting engineers services provided Infrastructure Design Structural Design Drainage Design Foundation Design An Independent Sector Treatment Centre for Capio Healthcare within the grounds of Horton Hospital Banbury JNP Group consulting engineers provided a full civil and structural design service for the construction of this new build 4500 sq m minor surgery unit Floors are Slimfor floors composite concrete and deep profiled steel deck on asymmetric beams to minimise the structural zone and keep the very congested services zone clear of down stand beams Facilities include three operating theatres outpatient twenty six private wards with en suite bathrooms an MRI scanner and and X ray suite Novated to the Contractor Leadbitter Construction jnp have worked closely with the architect Hall Needham Associates and the site team to assist with the fast track

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/health/capio.php (2016-02-11)
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  • Under separate appointments, jnpgroup acted as the Environmental Engineer and civil engineering services
    help you Read More JNP Group consulting engineers services provided Geo Enviromental Consultation Contamination Remediation Strategies Validation Negotiation Approval with the EA Structural Design Foundation Design Drainage Design Road Car Park Design A new development on a former Works yard required the new adopted road layout to be supported by a retaining structure due to the change in levels The retaining structure was to be designed and detailed to suit the highway loads and forces with County Council AIP The Site Previously a former works yard situated adjacent to the River Ouzel where surface water outfalls were located The site had an existing steep ramped entrance which was removed to suit the new adoptable road layout A foul drainage pumping station was also situated nearby and large diameter foul and surface water drains crossed the site The site investigation also revealed areas of extensive made ground The proposed apartment development layout had the first block situated in very close proximity to the retaining structure The Design Due to the proximity of the proposed apartment blocks a vertical retaining structure was required to provide maximum space between the wall and the apartments Due to the made ground issues high water table and large diameter drain pipes running below ground a piled foundation was deemed to be the most suitable solution for the structure However as part of the AIP process alternative foundation solutions were reviewed not from just a structural view point but also taking into consideration the cost of maintenance The structure was designed as a Reinforced concrete cantilever wall with a reinforced concrete piled raft foundation following a review of various design considerations The design also took into account the specification for the highway barriers highway forces which included several discussions with the County Council to agree the road

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/highway/wall.php (2016-02-11)
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  • jnpgroup provided services on the highway structure seen here. This project also used civil engineering and structual engineering services - all provided by jnpgroup
    water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More As part of a large residential development on a brownfield former gas works a new bridge was required where a new section 38 road was required to span a new artificial stream designed and detailed by JNP Group The stream resulted from the opening up of an existing culverted water course across the site Negotiations with the Environment Agency and Inland Drainage Board dictated the span and stream profile Approvals were also required from Kent County Council the adopting authority An Approval In Principle AIP was submitted proposing the use of a precast concrete culvert with brick clad reinforced insitu parapets and wing walls Alternative designs considered included sheet piled or reinforced concrete abutments with an insitu or precast concrete deck A form C in accordance with HD22 was provided as part of the AIP submission The carriageway profile was amended to allow for future maintenance and departures from standards relaxation of barrier requirements were agreed with KCC as part of the approvals process Following completion and signing of the AIP detailed design and drawings were completed and drawings specification including testing regime and design certificates

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/highway/sandhurst.php (2016-02-11)
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  • jnpgroup consulting engineers formed part of the design and build team
    Low Rise Residential Medium Rise Residential High Rise Retail Renewables Sustainability Student Accommodation Transport and Highways Jobs Contacts Site Map Case Studies Hotel and Leisure Al Bustan Palace Burnham Park Hall Chalkhill Youth Community Centre Hebden Bridge Library King Cross Library Northern Lights Academy Todmorden Sports Centre Latest News Story How does the Flood Water Management Act 2010 affect you The new Act will impose much greater liabilty on developers to obtain detailed design approval to surface water drainage at the Planning Stage rather than at detailed design stage JNP Group have extensive experience of cost effective approaches to surface water drainage strategy and design and will be pleased to help you Read More JNP Group consulting engineers services provided Al Bustan Palace Tucked away between the rugged Al Hajar mountain range and the Sea of Oman Al Bustan Palace A Ritz Carlton Hotel is a hidden jewel amongst Muscat hotels A beachfront retreat that welcomes guests with customs steeped in ancient traditions and contemporary comfort From each of the 250 guest rooms and suites private balconies guests can gaze upon magnificent mountain sea or garden views Project Value TBC Client TBC Architects TBC Our Brochure Download our company brochure

    Original URL path: http://www.jnpgroup.co.uk/casestudies/hotel/Bustan.php (2016-02-11)
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