Following the successful completion of Phase 1 works, Phase 2 of Gascoigne’s re-generation works are now underway. Phase 2 consists of 386 dwellings split over five 9-20 storey blocks, 31 townhouses, and a community hub. All together this development will deliver much needed affordable housing in Barking and community infrastructure.
The slip-formed construction towers took shape quickly with 8-10 days floor to floor circle. Precast concrete cladding can be installed quickly on site which offers significant construction and programme advantages. Precast construction also offers a high degree of sustainability benefits such as reduced waste and improved material efficiency as well as high thermal performance.
Our use of BIM on this project has played a key part in the engineering of this project. It has fast-tracked the design process and helped to inform decision-making at the critical path of construction.
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Deconstruction of existing car sales buildings to create new car showroom and affordable housing.
Residential scheme to meet the need for affordable housing
Transformation of a dockland site in Liverpool
Complex engineering required to deliver the planning consent for this new apartment block in East London