CGL and Galliford Try have been shortlisted by the British Construction Industry Awards for our temporary works design at Seymour Street in London.
This major redevelopment began with demolition of the former Marylebone Police Station for a new mixed use scheme. The new development will have seven storeys with a 10m deep double storey basement across the entire footprint. Fragile Victorian listed buildings border the site and the whole area is prone to movement.
CGL supported Galliford Try for the £50million project with pre-tender outline designs, regulatory approval support, plus design of the perimeter support systems and temporary works during excavation and basement construction.
Mark Creighton, CGL Director commented “It’s great to have the judges’ recognition of the innovative thinking and use of FEM in pragmatic temporary works design on this project as well as the collaboration across the team to adopt and successfully deliver alternative solutions”.
The next stage for CGL is a face-to-face presentation in July to judging panels of the industry’s senior and influential players. The awards ceremony will be in Central London on 11th October.
For more details on CGL’s capabilities in temporary works please see our Temporary Works Design.