Civil and Superstructure design of 12-14 Station Road, Hampton Wick, London. The structure is a 5-storey residential building including ground floor and basement and is to be constructed on the site of an existing residential care home.
We have worked with CIRC Construction Management and PRC Architects to deliver a structurally efficient concrete frame. A raft slab foundation has been selected for the basement to offer the best cost efficiencies. The scheme was complicated by the height restrictions due to a corridor parallel to Teddington road which is used by bats. This required the third floor RC slab to be cranked around the perimeter to achieve the required floor to ceiling levels for the project.
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