Two main structural supports of Envar’s 7,500 square metre building had been damaged by heavy moving plant, the health and safety implications of which led to complete shutdown of the area. To minimise the financial and operational impact on the business, a solution needed to be implemented quickly and effectively.
On a Balfour Beatty development in Tower Bridge, London, the two-storey basement of an existing building needed shoring so demolition and then construction of a new tower block could take place. The site’s location and project specifications presented unique logistical and design considerations due to the proximity of the River Thames and the presence of an archaeological structure.
With the planned arrival of a new larger vessel, Mann Lines required the main ro-ro pontoon at their commercial port to be extended. Appropriate modifications were required to cope with the increase in weight and size of the 40,000t vessel and the environmental conditions in which it was to be used.
Redundant electrical equipment at a National Grid site in Kent required decommissioning and removal with minimal disruption to site operations. Red Leaf Developments worked with a team of contractors to design a 24-hour operation that could achieve the complete safe removal of all equipment in the most effective manner and smallest timeframe.
Triumph Motorcycles required a new, more efficient assembly line at their UK manufacturing site to cater for a change in production. The design needed to allow for the possibility of adaptation to suit new applications moving forward. The scope of works for the project was for the fabrication and installation of a supporting steel framed infrastructure and fitting of all mechanical, electrical and auxiliary services.