Oldbury Place was a complex project converting an existing Victorian industrial building into 3 modern townhouses and incorporating a new two-storey basement under the full premises.
The tight site shape and closeness of the surrounding buildings meant the design of basement works was complex. We were able to combine the permanent structural design with that of the temporary works design. This allowed the client to get a great head start on planning construction works as well as countering any party wall issues before a Contractor was appointed.
Following the appointment of a Contractor Croft continued to liaise with them to ensure that the construction sequence was fully taken into account and temporary beams, piles and columns were appropriately sized to allow efficient construction procedures. See Temporary Works page for this project.
Contractor : London Basements