Glass Wharf TW

Construction Support & Temporary Works

Providing solutions and mitigating risks

Mason Navarro Pledge has vast experience in providing Construction Support and Temporary Works Engineering Services. Kennedy Lupindula, who is the Director responsible for the team, is a Chartered Structural and Civil Engineer with over 35 years experience and holds a Masters Degree in Project Management (Construction). He has been assigned the role of Temporary Works Coordinator on a number of projects and has led many Temporary Works schemes for projects neighbouring Network Rail infrastructure including 3 Glass Wharf and Project Brunel in Bristol as well as 21-29 Herald Street, Bethnal Green, London.

We work closely with contractors, developers, geotechnical designers, Local Authorities, Network Rail, party wall surveyors and site teams to identify and mitigate risks, and establish temporary work design principles and solutions.

Temporary Works services include:

  • Network Rail Basic Asset Protection Agreement
  • Basement Construction
  • Crane Base Design
  • Pile Mat Design
  • Approval in Principle – Highways Works
  • Façade Retention
  • Structural Jacking and Preloading
  • Demolition and Construction inspection
  • Underpinning
  • Structural monitoring
  • Propping and Bracing
  • Temporary Works Coordinator role

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Temporary Works Supervisor

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Southall Park Avenue

Residential scheme to meet the need for affordable housing

One Park Lane

Transformation of a dockland site in Liverpool

Herald Street

Complex engineering required to deliver the planning consent for this new apartment block in East London

Cluny Mews

New mixed use development in Earl’s Court