Building on a year of sporting excellence – Aspect Construction commence works on the £3m Stoke College Sports Hall Scheme

Aspect Construction are delighted to be selected as the preferred constructor partner to deliver the new £3m Sports Hall scheme for Stoke-on-Trent College. The Scheme comprises of new sporting facilities, boiler plant and the provision of increased parking and landscaped areas. The sports hall will offer the College and people of Stoke an opportunity to take part in sporting activity in a state of the art facility providing best in class sporting facilities.

The design is set to achieve a ‘very good’ BREEAM rating and Aspect have implemented the BSRIA Soft Landings framework, which will support excellent handover and post occupancy evaluations.

Aspect Construction are also corporate members of CoRE, which is an independent national centre of learning and skills development for the construction industry. CoRE brings together the highest profile skills providers, manufacturers and constructors at all levels of the industry.

Aspect Construction, with the support of Atom Regeneration, Stoke College with an educational, training and employment initiative, that will see more students taking part in apprenticeships and work experience opportunities. Aspect is pleased to be a major part of this project, providing a more interactive educational experience for the students of Stoke College.

Wesley Allmark, Construction Director said “The New Spots Hall Facility at the Stoke on Trent Cauldon campus will be an excellent facility for the people of stoke, and we look forward to working with the college to ensure that the scheme is used as a platform to achieve curriculum enrichment, and to support the employment of local people.”

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