Wilton Hill - Veterans Accommodation | Wilton, UK
Godsell Arnold Partnership
Godsell Arnold Partnership|
|Location||Wilton, Wiltshire, UK|
|Size||14 m x 45 m x 16 m|
|Material||Steel, timber, masonry|
The Building provides temporary accommodation for Military service personnel returning to civilian life and consists of self-contained apartments. In addition there is a café area, training room and office spaces.
The building consists of a steel frame to the front ground and first floors and load bearing masonry the lower ground rear wings.
These support a timber frame structure for the upper floors all clad in masonry. On a sloping site the rear wings are cut into the ground with concrete retaining walls.
Used MasterSeries products:
MasterFrame for the steel frame analysis and design
MasterKey: Wind Analysis for wind load generation
MasterSeries Connection Design for steel connection
MasterSeries Masonry Design for the load-bearing masonry
MasterSeries Retaining Wall for the concrete and masonry retaining walls
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Design of members in steel structures analysed using MasterFrame, or MasterPort. Design to Eurocode, British Standard and South African codes
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