Project
3 Warehouse units with two storey office accommodation
Client
Roxhill / AXA
Value & Duration
£8m - 28 weeks

This project involved construction of three new build warehouse units totalling 200,000ft2. The buildings are developed on a speculative basis, the site itself is on the footprint of an old newsprint paper mill so huge amounts of concrete obstructions were removed from below the floor slabs that had been left in place following demolition. Additional constraints on site included the main train line to London on the southern boundary and River Medway on the northern boundary. We utilised Dynamic Compaction techniques instead of Vibro stone columns to minimise the extent of deep concrete breakout that would have been required. Each of the buildings has been constructed to achieve an EPC ‘A’ rating.

Additional constraints on site included the main train line to London on the southern boundary and River Medway on the northern boundary. We utilised Dynamic Compaction techniques instead of Vibro stone columns to minimise the extent of deep concrete breakout that would have been required. Each of the buildings has been constructed to achieve an EPC ‘A’ rating.

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