Patridges Sloane Square, The finshed building

Facade Retention Structural Propping

Design brief

Walter Lilly asked EPR to prepare a Temporary works design and provide erection service. EPR designed the Facade Retention in RMD Superslim slodiers(Slimshore) Bolted to concrete bases Designed and constructed by E P Rothwell. Then bolted together to form a solid shoring system.

We used motorised mechanical lifting devices to safely install this system. Alshor formwork systems were used to provide further shoring and propping to other areas of the building.Structual Propping was completed by using RMD SlimShore (Superslim) Raking shores

E P Rothwell were excited and proud to have been involved this prestigious project.

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The new welcome centre existing facade retention

Facade Retention at Canterbury Cathedral

Design

We were asked to look at this facade which was held in place by a scaffold tube system. One of the disadvantages of this method is that it does not allow much space for the builder of the new construction to work with. We designed a system using RMD superslim, which could be fitted without too much disruption to the existing system.Which gives more working room, making everyone happy.

Installation.

Working carefully around the hotel, showing consideration for the residents and vistors to the cathedral. We constructed the temporary concrete bases from which we could anchor the facade. We then adjusted the existing system as we fixed the new equipment. Removing the scaffold tube helped the builder to proceed with construction.

Current situation.

This building face is still being held by our equipment, Should you wish to talk about your project please give us a ring. 01753 646012

E P Rothwell are members of the Temporary works forum.

Structural propping held and protected this beautiful hall

The Painted Hall Client Coniston Construction

Old Royal Naval College Greenwich

When James Bullen of Coniston Consrtruction approached EPR to advise on cost and then install this difficult and Prestigious project. We were very excited. We worked with the Contract team to establish a monitoring Criteria and help to decide the chosen scheme.

First we removed steel collar from top of wall. We then installed titan props and initial steelwork, We then diamond drilled the Needle apertures to reduce vibration. We then installed the heavy needles supporting them on RMD (Slimshore) Superslim soldier Props, Titan props and RMD Alshor Aluminium System. The needles were preloaded to reduce deflection.Dry packing was applied.

All work was sucessfully completed within monitoring tolerances and on time.

We are proud to have helped out on this very important and sensitive project

We hope to continue to support England's Finest Hertiage

Coniston were happy with our service so much so that they have awarded us an other contract and are talking to us of two more

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RMD Superslim Needling and propping

Structural Propping Temporary Works for Beard Construction

Careful design required.

When Beard had to refurbish a beautiful church with the least distuburance to this architectiually signigifcant building. They asked us to disign the temporary works and to install them. We prouduced a sensitive temporary works design using a Needling system which comprised of RMD Superslim (Slimshore) Soldiers and Steel needles. There was further strucural propping using the Alshor Plus aluminium system. We are proud to have been of help to a Valued client.

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Structural propping held and protected this beautiful building

Supreme Court Refurbishment Temporary works

Design

E P Rothwell(EPR) were asked to come up with temporary works design for the support of this wonderful building Tim Griffiths our temporary Design engineer set to work designing a Facade Retention in RMD Megashor and Superslim (Slimshore)Which was further supported with Propping using Structural Steel walings and RMD Super slim soldiers (Slimshore) raking shores.Certain sections required Hydraulic Jacking to preload the structure.

Temporary works Design also required to the Basement using a Faslework system of RMD Alshor along with SGB Gass props and Maybey Mass 50 we were able to provide back propping,Basement shoring and jacking to the arched vaults.

Push pull props are used both in basement and on Facade retention.

Hydraulic flat jacks were installed to preload the structure and Vibration monitoring was used to ensure minimal stress to building occured.All holes for Needling were diamond drilled to reduce disturbance to the structure.

We hired RMD Super Slim, RMD Megashor and Alshor plus and mabey mass 50 and mass 25 to various other Contractors on this site Shoring was provided locally to upper levels of External walls as Facade retention was dismantled. another successful contract.

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Here we have an external view of this building Designed by Sir Chrisopher Wren

Structural Propping and Permanent Steels

After successfully completing a temporary works project in Wimpole street for Coniston.Which involved basement support and RMD Superslim propping internally with Alshor plus Propping system used on higher levels. Structural propping was provided for heavy crane lift from wimpole street on to roof of the building.

Sir Chrisopher Wrens Naval building

We asked to work on the Painted Hall project this is one of the most beatuiful buildings in Europe. We were in volved in the monitoring and our engineer worked with the Clients engineer to produce a temporary works design.

After our Tempoary Works Design design was accepted we used RMD Superslim and Alshor plus props installed through diamond drilled holes. We then fitted the structural steel beams which now hold up the stairs and surrounding areas in the painted hall.

RMD megashor was used to provide addtional shoring. These heavy structural steel beams were designed and Fabricated by E P Rothwell and Sons. We are of course very proud to have worked on one of Sir Christoper Wren's most iconic buildings.

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RMD Megashor with header beams and Superslim

Emergency propping and shoring

Kier required urgent Temporary works design,shoring and propping to the iconic Castlepoint carpark. Which was closed due to structural problems at great cost.

They appointed EPR we were able to start on site within 24 hours. We installed one thousand two hundred tons of RMD Megashor superslim (Slimshor), and alshor plus. with RMD header beams all within five weeks reducing the programme time for this activity to less than half the allocated time ensuring a saving in excess of £5 million pounds.

Working around the clock with a workforce in excess of seventy operatives, using 14 forklifts. We designed and fabricated a special forklift clamp to ensure that not only was the work done very quickly, but also very safely in confinned conditions with low headroom for our machines.

RMD Megashor props were assembled to the correct height using the Megashor jacks.The RMD header beams were lifted and held in place using our special forklift clamp until the megashor props were able to support the beam. Superslim soldier bracing was then used to tie two props together to complete a stable shoring unit.

In areas where loads on the strucure were not so challenging Alshor plus shoring was placed under soffit. Small areas of Facade Retention were also installed. Maybey also installed mass 50 and mass 25 systems on this project.

Kier's CEO Paul Sheffield was so happy that he thanked Eamonn Rothwell personally for our performance on this contract.

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This is our second project on a Royal Palace

Hampton Court Palace

Jubilee Celebration Memorial

E P Rothwell and Sons were very honoured when Hampton court approached us to design and install the reinforced concrete flower bed for Her Majestey the Queen's jubilee celibration. Formwork was supported using rmd Superslim soldiers (Slimshore) as well as Push pull props at 1.2 metre centres The project was successfully completed on time. Eamonn and Carmel Rothwell attended the opening ceremony and are most grateful for the momento from the Royal palace

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Royal Ascot Grandstand

Shoring and Structural Propping for Royal Ascot Grandstand

New Royal Ascot Grandstand Propping.

When the new grandstand was built a problem occured in the basement and stuctural capacity had to be added in the basement.

E P Rothwell were asked to do a temporary works design and then install RMD Superslim (slimshore) propping and shoring were installed and supported the Grandstand during the alerations.

Alshor plus was used fixed to areas of the basement soffit to provide addtional shoring. Another sucessful contract.

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rmd megashor towers using steel beams creates room at bottom of structure to allow access on road

RMD Megashor Facade Retention, Structural Propping and Needling.

This innovative temporary works design allowed the street to stay open and produced the maxiumum wind resistance.This architectural important building was retained on three sides. While a 13 metre deep excavation inside the footprint of external walls took place. Structural propping against the basement walls helped to support the facade walls. Two storeys were added to top of this iconic building. A dramatic increase in the size of this building while conserving the traditional look was a considerable acheivement. E P Rothwell & Sons Ltd are Members of the Temporary Works Forum (TWF)

If you have a temporary works project, please ring us on 01753-646012, to discuss a solution.

Using RMD Superslim props we were able to prop this basement without using a crane

Basement Shoring West London

Temporary Works Design,Propping.Facade Retention,Needling,Pull out Tests,Monitoring,Diamond Drilling,Concrete and Structural Steelwork.

The Client appointed E P Rothwell & Sons Ltd on this project We first conducted pull out tests in the existing Brickwork and concrete. then we set up a monitoring system to measure any movement in the building during construction. Placing RMD Super Slim soldiers (Slimshore) in to secure the basement and allowed excavation. When excavation is complete to second level. We installed the next propping system. We then designed and installed the facade retention to the front external walls, continuing around the rest of the building in RMD equipment. The basement slab was removed and we proceeded to underpin the main load bearing walls While this was in progress we backpropped the floors using a combination of RMD Super Slim soldiers (slimshore), Alshor plus and Megashor as well as Maybey mass 50 Propping and bracing was installed on internal walls. Plan bracing was fixed to corners of the building. Tempoary work foundations were design and installed by EPR. Heavy Propping was then used to support the bigger internal floors EPR continued to design the tempoary works as work progressed. With the facade retention system in place, needling commenced on the facade to enlarge openings and EPR designed fabricated and fixed the new structural steel frames.The permenant steel now in place chemical dry packing completed. The heavy propping and needling equipment was dismantled Steel pins wrapped in rebar were designed and fabricated by EPR and incorparated in the high level concrete beams. Which were lifted on Hydraulic jacks to new position.We then braced and jacked all the internal floors and walls.Stuctural steel beams were then fabricated and installed internally. The vibration levels agreed with our clients engineer were not exceeded in this process, which we are very pleased about.

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Heavy propping and waler system

Marchwood Incinerator

Basement Shoring, Stuctural Propping,and Concrete works

EPR are proud to have designed, and installed the shoring,RMD Superslim (slimshore) We also produced the Temporary works design for the concrete works and sucessfully completed the works on site. We also installed the heavy duty shoring which had to withstand considerable loads from adjacent ground as excavation proceeded.

We are honoured to be involved with this challenging Project.

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Superslim and Megashor used in both tower and wall bracing

RAC Pall Mall

Kier construction appointed E P Rothwell and Sons Ltd to provide a high level Facade Retention system, With back propping to upper floors,Reinforced concrete and permanant steel.

Design

E P Rothwell's Temporary works design was for a plan brace Facade retention further supported with RMD Superslim raking props, The back propping was installed using RMD Alshor Plus arrayed in a grid tied together using Alshor plus frames. Propping was enhanced using Mabey Mass 25 and Mass 50 at various levels. RMD Mega-shor provided support on the more heavily loaded floors.

Reinforced concrete floors and plinths were constructed.As well as providing a Tempoary works Propping and needling scheme to install the Structural Steels.

Our efforts were praised by the kier site team of Project manager Gary Flyn and Surveyor Matt Hall

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This historical buildings will be converted into new apartments giving a fresh purpose to this wonderful building

Facade Retained of a Architecturally significant building in the west country .

Design challenge

We carried out an accessment of the stabilty and structural integrity of the exterior walls of this unique building. our design kept the architectually rare and important facade for us all to enjoy. Which when the project was complete produced a building with a historic face, but a friendly and enjoyable interior.

Design and Equipment.

Our design considered the new construction assisting the main contractor to achieve a demanding program. But the most important concern was the architectiural conservation of the building.

We designed the towers in RMD megashor with superslim walers.We formed concrete bases which provide the dead weight or kentledge required. Bespoke steel shoring provided additional support, This was fabricated in our Staines workshop keeping all equipment in house. Maybey props were useed in the lower basement areas.

The euthusiastic attitude of the whole team made this a most rewarding and interesting project.

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All the propping equipment is now gone

Propping St Johns Church Smith Square Westminster

During alterations E P Rothwell were instructed to provide a Temporary Works design and to erect a propping and shoring system, causing the minimum of disturbance.

Equipment Installed

We installed RMD superslim soldiers(slimshore)at high level grid the props were connected using RMD six way connectors. Alshor Plus shoring supported areas of ceiling. RMD Megashor was used on Facade retention and for heavy propping. Maybey masss 50 was used to provide Facade retention. With titan props and structural steel anchoring building at the higher level

This is truly a very beautiful church and we are proud to have worked on it.

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Superslim propping which is both facade retention and structural propping

R Collard Slough Estates Structural Propping

R Collard approached E P Rothwell on recommendation off one of thier Managers who had worked with us previously.

We were asked to provide firstly a temporary Works design, In which structural Propping was used to support the buildiing as half the building was kept and the other half demolished completly and constructed from new.

Alshor plus shoring held the building in place along the cut line. Megashor heavy propping was installed in central areas. RMD Superslim soldier(slimshore) propping and shoring was also erected thoughout the building.An extensive RMD superslim needling system was also used. The basement area extended past the footprint of the building and required heavy Structual propping Using Alshor plus props with Alshor Plus headers and RMD Superslim spreader beams. RMD superslim soldiers (slimshore) were used in the irregular shaped areas around the perimeter.

We felt privilaged to Help R Collards on this challenging and prestigous contract

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RMD Megashor Basement Propping and Shoring

Logan place W8 Structual Propping

We were asked to produce an effective and economic temporary works design, After completing the design we were appointed to install the heavy propping to the basement. We installed a row of RMD Megashors which were capable of carrying the high loads and we also fixed RMD superslim soldiers which allowed a large working area for the excavation. Whilst being able to fix these props without the use of a crane. Which is very handy in restricted areas like this one.

Heavy duty steelwork against beautiful soft stonework, what could go wrong?

Structural Propping Providing support to ornate windows in Facade Retention in Eton College.

Windows in Facade kept in place during temporary works.

We were asked to provide support to a beautiful courtyard Facade, without removing the windows and of course not damaging the stonework feature. This took a great deal of care and we are happy to say we acheived this demanding task.

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A real challenge to secure this fine piece of Architecture

Bell Tower support and Facade Retention

Morgan and Sindall asked us to look at a very challenging project on the Embankment, They had to demolish around a bell tower but keep the bell tower intact as a focal part of the new building.

A Difficult Problem

We were requested to keep the Bell tower in place as nearly all of the structure supporting it was removed and replaced. We Installed RMD Superslim soldiers to underside of floor of Bell tower and brought the loads down to foundation level on this lovely building. Whilst the Structural Propping and shoring on this project were out of the ordinary, we completed it sucessfully

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Scaffold bracing is shown which provides rigidity

Needling and Propping

Maylarch appointed E P Rothwell to carry out the structural propping including the tempoaray works design on this historic School. EPR have worked several times on this iconic setting. It is always an honour to be involved on these projects. RMD Superslim props held up structural steel needles to provide support for the demolition of the internal walls. Maybey mass 25 was used on the lower walls. Maylarch have since awarded us another contract news of which will follow.

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Equipment stocks increase

We are proud to anounce that we have increased our stock levels of the following products.

RMD Megashor

We have increased our stock on all megashor shaft sizes. We have now over two hundred megashor jacks in stock

Mabey Mass 25 and Mass 50 With over 400 tons of equipment purchased, We will now offer an even wider choice and a better service.

We have now many more Mabey and RMD Superslim, Megashor and Alshor plus products available in stock now .

Please give us a ring should you wish to hire this type of equipment or just want some advice or a chat.

The Chapel at Tonbridge School

Structural Propping Tonbridge School

Design

Baxall who are a client that we have a relationship with for many years approached us and asked to create a temporary works design for Tonbridge school who they value highly as a client.

Installation.

After the structural Engineer accepted our design for the school we proceeded to install the Structural propping in the first phase of the works. We designed a brace frame using the RMD Super Slim (slimshore) Which allows good access as well as providing the required support.

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Facade Retention and Propping Portland Square

We were approached to design and erect the Temporary works on this exciting project. We created a temporary works design that used a structural Steel facade for most of the external support to the building this was supplemented by using RMD Superslim soldier raking props and a section of RMD megashor tower. Mabey mass 50 was used internally to support the load bearing walls However most of the temporary work design was the steel facade retention which was designed and fabricated in our yard and placed by our site team using 30 tonne to 50 tonne cranes Access was gained by using Cherrypickers and sissor lifts.

The new construction works were considered in our design and this allowed a fast track programme to be achieved. Most importantly the Facade of a beautiful was retained as the interior was modenised.

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Train Crash Emergency Structural Propping

Urgent response achieved

When the Potters Bar train crash occurred the main contractor contacted E P Rothwell to assist with the temporary works design, And the installation of the Megashor and SuperSlim towers to shore the soffit. Alshor propping towers were used in confined areas.

Because of the severe consquences of the Railway closure the uttermost urgency was required, Within forty eight hours of being contacted. EPR had completed the Temporary works Design and installed all the Megashor and Superslim Propping and shoring required. Which allowed the railway line to reopen on time.

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RMD Heavy duty propping

Propping and Shoring Marlborough Art Gallery

Design.

We were appointed to produce a Temporoary works Design, and then to install propping and shoring to secure this fine building which was partially occuppied as demolition and construction progressed

RMD superslim (Slimshor) back propping was installed on lower levels of the structure.An Alshor plus soffitt support system was then installed to allow demolition to commence. Because of concerns with the strength of existing walls EPR conducted pull out tests. And a monitoring system was installed.

RMD Megashor propping supported the rear of the building, further shoring was fixed to external walls using mabey 160 raking props.

Propping to upper floors continued using a combination of Gass and Mabey mass 50,RMD super slim (also called Slimshore) and alshor plus.

We are proud to have worked on this fine building

rmd superslim walers with adjustments for new steel columns

RMD superslim beams internal Facade retention.

The permanent works design required the new steel frame to fixed against the existing facade, Our temporary works engineer designed a continuous RMD superslim waler with ninety degree brackets to allow for the steel columns to be fixed without the need for any adjustments to the walers. Saving both time and cost.

Design with the new construction in mind

We always consider the new construction in all our designs, The first image shows the pockets created against the wall which allows for installation of the new steel frame. Alshor plus supported the existing floors where the imposed loads were less challenging.

We also used Structural steel and maybey mass 25 props in the lower basement areas.

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RMD Superslim Needling and propping

Facade Retention and Basement Propping

Design

Gilbert Ash approached us to find a solution to this complex projects needs, We produced a temporary works design which was both practical and could be installed quickly.

We installed RMD flying Megashor props to support Building of the new capping beam, Thease allowed work to comence below with no interferance allowing maxiumium production. We also fixed double rows of RMD Superslim soldiers (Slimshore) to front of the structure which kept the rigidity in the frame even though the external walls were removed. We were asked to design and fabricate special steel jackets to protect the existing steel columns in the basement. Thease were then filled with concrete to complete the system. A steel beam and propping arrangement was fixed in the mezzanine space at each floor. This design enabled the propping on this project to be in place supporting the building during construction with miniumium intrustion, making the construction quicker and easier. We also fabricated special steel encasements which were filled with 10mm aggregate concrete to protect existing steel columns in the basement. The central open area through the building was supported by bespoke steel frames fabricated in our staines workshop. We are proud to have been unvolved in this important building.

RMD Superslim using the building walls to increase stability

Facade Retention in RMD Megashor with Structural Propping and Needling

The old Tram sheds in bath is architecturally significant because it is the only large brick building in the city. E P Rothwell in Partnership with RMD produced a temporary works design that was both sympathetic to retaining the existing structure and providing room for the new construction. RMD Megashore Towers with Superslim walers prvides support to the very high walls. RMD superslim is used in corner bracing that uses the strength of the structure to help keep the walls in place. Superslim walers are used between towers against the existing building. Mabey mass 50 was used in basement areas. Aluminmium alshor system was used internally to carry lighter loads. We are proud to have helped conserve this grand old historic building. E P Rothwell are an indepentant company therefor we are not tied to any Temporary works system and can advise on the most suitable design and equipment for your project, please ring us for advice.

E P Rothwell & Sons Ltd are proud members of the Temporary works forum (TWF).

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RMD Superslim under heavy steel needles

Royal College of Pathologists

Design and monitoring.

We were appointed to carry out The Temporary Works Design.We conducted pullout tests to establish stength of existing brickwork. After which we set up a monitoring system to ensure that movement during demolition could be reduced. We then installed basement propping and back propping using RMD Superslim (slimshore) and RMD alshor plus systems this supported the vaults.We Designed a structural steel Needling section with a Gass prop system providing further shoring. basement propping was provided using Megashor flying shores.Plan bracing using RMD superslim completed the system.Basement shoring was enhanced with RMD Superslim soldier Raking props on external walls

A beautiful space was produced and we are proud to have been a part of that process

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We have sucessfully completed six contracts for Eton college

Significant Buildings we have helped preserve.

Over the last thrity years we have had the privilage of helping to conserve many beatuiful buildings, Here is a small list of the better known ones.

Royal Palaces

Tower of London.

Hampton Court.

Churches

Canterbury Catherdal.

St. Johns Smith Square London W1

Education.

Eton College (We have completed six contracts at Eton).

Tonbridge School.

Ridgeway School. St John's College Oxford.

Art.

Sir Chrisopher Wren's Painted Hall.

White Cube gallery.

Marlbough Gallery.

Sport.

Wembley Stadium.

The new grandstand at Royal Ascot.

Emergency Works.

Potters bar train crash support to the station bridge.

Langley station railway bridge.

Castlepoint Shopping centre car park.

Iconic Buildings.

Supreme Court.

Great Northern Hotel (KIngs Cross St Pancras link). Seven Dials retail and office complex. HMV record store Oxford Street. Footlocker oxford Street.

The Tram sheds,Bath (Only large brick building in the city of Bath)

BBC Broadcasting House The Cliveden House Hotel, National trust site.

Prisons

Weymouth young Offenders Broadmoor Brixton Prison

We have carried out temporary works to all of the above buildings,Facade retention, structural propping and needling.if we have worked on your building and we have not included your building let us know then we can add it to the list. If you wish to know more on any the above projects please refer to our News section.

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the towers provide excellent wind resistance for the walls

Facade Retention and corner bracing in RMD Superslim

Working in Partnership with RMD, E P Rothwell installed the various types of propping on this Architectural significant building.

There is a tower facade retention system on the South Side of the building. Along the north wall a rmd flying shore system is tied together with scaffold tubes. This system allows maxiumim space for the new construction process

East Wall

The east wall has RMD superslim corner bracing which is holding the building facade in postion. Almost all this project was constructed in RMD Superslim showing what a versatile product it is. We carefully designed the walings to avoid the new floors, enabling the main contractor to sucessfully achieve the tight programme.

We keep a large stock of many differant propping and shoring products for you to hire or we can provide a design supply and install package contract.

E P Rothwell are proud to be members of the Temporary works Forum (TWF)

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New Steel frame being fixed beside RMD Superslim facade retention

Facade Retention and Structural Propping

We were approached to design the Temporary works on this iconic project, Which when we looked at the design we made several suggestions which the design team agreed to and redesigned some elements of the project. The challenges on this site included a working restaurant which the kitchen supplied six other estabalishments. Which was directly underneath a large area of this development. Very narrow streets with high volumes of traffic both foot and mechanical. Our suggestion of internal support removed the risks these from these situations. We created a temporary works design featuring RMD Superslim soldier props.RMD Alshor Plus and RMD Megashor were used in some areas on the perimeter. Mabey mass 50 props were used in the basement areas. Working with the site team we were able to avoid disturbance to the Cambridge theatre and the other tenants within this complex Needling to the first floor was designed and completed using RMD Superslim with steel needles. Completing the project well ahead of programme we have been recommended on two other projects by Derek Bowyer the Project Manager.

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Using RMD Header beams allows the road to stay open

Facade Retention

Why use façade retention

In many urban areas a Structure is often redeveloped, but in order to preserve the historical appearance of its building, Local planning or conservation policy may require that the existing facade is retained and the new structure is built behind the existing façade. Façade retention is a temporary works solution to keep the façade of the building, whilst the internal structure is remodelled and modernised to produce very attractive living spaces. Façade retention can also be used to help support adjoining buildings and party walls.

Design challenges

It is important to consider the intended method of new construction and demolition process, when designing the façade retention. As the temporary works clashing with the new structure could impact on the programme.

Internal or external systems

Both have advantages, External systems are less disturbing to the construction and demolition process. And can be used as a gantry for site offices and a loading platform for materials. Internal this is generally more cost effective, less intrusion outside of the building envelope and can be more easily braced against the internal walls. They also need less temporary foundations

Which Equipment should you use?

We can advise and design the most suitable façade retention for you as we use several types of proprietary equipment, as well as scaffolding and structural steel. We also have a monitoring and jacking teams as well as a fabrication workshop at our yard in Staines. We always prioritise safety and design as it is of paramount importance in order to minimise the impact of our presence on local residents, traffic, adjoining buildings and the local environment.

What next? Why not give us a chance to look at your project

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RMD Superslim used as Flying shores and raking props

Structural Propping and Shoring W1 Basement

We were asked to produce a temporary works design, After completing the design we were appointed to install the heavy propping to the basement. We installed a row of RMD Superslim soldiers(Slimshores) walers which were capable of carring the high loads and allowed enough of a working area for the excavation. Whilst being able to fix these props without the use of a crane. Which is essential in restricted areas like this one. We then installed the raking props and eventually the Slimshore (RMD Superslim) flying props. This completed the upper layer of the Structural propping. Needling and Jacking were fixed also on this project.

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