The redevelopment of the Cadbury Factory’s Fry Club forms a key part of the Factory’s regeneration on the outskirts of Keynsham.
“In the near future, we aim to bring the benefits of BIM to our wider client base by integrating and coordinating the process with both our masterplanning and urban design teams. This will not only increase productivity, but it will also improve accuracy when costing projects or potential variations.” Mark Baker, Architect
- The new state-of-the-art facility was originally a sports club for employees of Fry’s Chocolate Company
- Conferencing facilities in addition to sports facilities for the new ‘Cadbury’ community
- Forms a key part of the Cadbury Factory’s Fry Club's regeneration
Originally a sports club for employees of Fry’s Chocolate Company, the new state-of-the-art facility ‘Somerdale Pavilion’ which will provide conferencing facilities in addition to sports facilities for the new ‘Cadbury’ community, which includes 700 houses, 20,000 sqm of employment, a primary school, a care home and relocated sports pitches.
Using BIM-enabled software, both the architectural and structural elements have been developed and coordinated together in one singular model. Due to its advanced 3D model, creating a streamlined and efficient process, potential conflicts between the two disciplines have been easily identified and resolved early on in the design process.