Modular building system for Hillingdon Cycle Circuit clubhouse
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Modular building for Cycle Circuit clubhouse
Wernick modular building system chosen for new clubhouse for Hillingdon Cycle Circuit Users Group because of cost implications and critical time restraints.
Nowhere else in the UK, it is claimed, is there a cycle circuit like the one at Hillingdon.
For keen local cyclists who regularly use the venue the problem was that there were no other amenities on the site, i.e., changing rooms, toilets etc.
After five years of using old building site huts, the London Borough of Hillingdon and Sport England moved in with generous grants towards the site’s further development.
The borough and the architects decided to use a modular building system because of cost implications and critical time restraints.
The new clubhouse has enabled the Hillingdon Cycle Circuit Users Group to gradually expand usage.
In the last year the circuit has been used by 450 registered British Cycling (BC) members.
Mark Doel, BC’s central region events officer, commented, ’Cycling no longer has a cloth cap image.
’In order to expand creatively in the UK we need good officials who are properly trained.
’This is where this new centre will be invaluable’.
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