Oldbury Place was a complex project converting an existing Victorian industrial building into three modern townhouses and incorporating a new two-storey basement under the full premises.
To maximise space Croft provided a segmental underpinned retaining wall design. Part of the basement was constructed under the road which required Highways and Temporary works. Croft designed both the permanent and temporary works for the two storey basement under the road. The AIP's were provided to Westminster Highways and the CAT II checks were undertaken in-house.
This is a great example of where Croft were able to make a saving of both time and money by combining the permanent and temporary works structural design.