IBA Processing Facility, Ferrybridge for Ballast Phoenix
Article posted on: 4th of March 2022
Stirling Maynard are delighted to have been involved in this £13M project to construct a brand new IBA processing plant for Ballast Phoenix, completed in October 2019. We worked with Ballast Phoenix and their planning consultant to produce the planning layouts and drainage strategy to achieve Planning Consent and obtain the required Environmental Permit for the site. Stirling Maynard then undertook the detailed civil, structural and drainage design and worked with the Clients NEC4 Project Manager to deliver the scheme. We employed sub-consultant partners to carry out the M&E and building services design as well the architectural design of the office and welfare facilities. Stirling Maynard undertook the role of Principal Designer working with our own sub-consultants as well as the Client’s own process design engineer and other project stakeholders to complete the design of this state-of-the-art facility. Subsequently Principal Contractor Clugston Construction completed the civil engineering and building works on budget and with no lost time injuries.
David York, Chairman of Ballast Phoenix was pleased to give the following testimonial on completion of the project.
“The project encountered some major challenges, requiring significant design change. Stirling Maynard reacted promptly, communicated clearly and had a good understanding of what was needed. As a result, programme impact and associated cost was minimised.”