123 Shirland Road

London, UK

123 Shirland Road is a single-storey, above ground, post-war building with a single basement that will be demolished to build a new, mixed-use residential complex with one level of basement, four levels of residential flats, and one level of commercial space at grade.

123 Shirland Road

London, UK

123 Shirland Road is a single-storey, above ground, post-war building with a single basement that will be demolished to build a new, mixed-use residential complex with one level of basement, four levels of residential flats, and one level of commercial space at grade.

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Challenge

Creating a single-storey basement in between traditional Victorian buildings and a busy road on a tight sight. Another challenge is removal of stiffener buttressing walls to the adjacent row of terraces.    

Solution

Contiguous piles retaining wall was utilised along the street to retain the busy road. Mass concrete underpinning and progressive construction sequence in a hit and miss manner was suggeted for the excavation adjacent to the existing buildings.

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