We’re heading to the capital for the latest episode of Mark’s Demolition Diaries, as Mark Coleman revisits the site of three of our most successful projects in London.
In this video, you can learn more about our projects at:
London Euston station, where we were proud to work on one of the most high profile deconstruction jobs in the rail industry – a job that started with a small package of work and grew into a multi-million pound project.
Hear from Coleman team members James and Mark, who were responsible for delivering the work which saw our team working overnight, and see how we developed innovative vibration, dust and noise mitigation measures to ensure the station could operate as normal.
London Waterloo station, where we completed a World Demolition Award-winning project using engineered solutions to overcome significant project challenges. Hear about the measures we put in place to ensure the safe removal of a huge amount of concrete within a live station, all whilst protecting and retaining a pinned-arch structure and above one of the busiest underground stations in London.
Prince of Wales Drive in Battersea, where we deconstructed a 90 metre MAN gas holder and three underground gas holders for National Grid. The MAN project was a world first, using techniques that never been seen before including our innovative floating system combined with cold cutting technology.
Watch as Mark visits all three sites, looking back at what made these projects so significant – and how we combined engineered solutions, a consistent approach with stakeholders and award-winning demolition expertise to meet our clients’ objectives.
Check our social media channels next month to see Part 2 of our London video, featuring more projects in the capital.