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2262 - 82 West India Dock Road

London

A new mixed-use development comprising private and affordable homes in addition to hotel use. HTS carried out Stage 4 and 5 designs on behalf of the main contractor including optimising the original design proposed by the client team. 

Key Features

  • Piled raft solution transfers ~15% of the building weight in direct soil bearing, with associated saving in piling
  • Located new CFA piles in a heavily constrained site of closely spaced pre-existing piles
  • RC core walls constructed using self-climbing slip form method
  • Precast concrete façade panels supported by RC slabs edges using bespoke cast-in connectors.
  • The building is traditional RC frame construction with RC flat slabs, supported by a piled raft foundation below new basement level.
  • Basement retaining walls designed to cantilever in the temporary condition to allow unimpeded construction within
  • Building designed to be independently stable following futureproofing scenario of hotel side demolition

 

Client: Rockwell / John Sisk & SonArchitect: SimpsonHaugh / Hamiltons

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People:
Andy Heyne
Jonathan Flint

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