British Museum, London, EC1A 9JQ
Temporary support steel to enable the construction of a new basement storage facility for the British Museum.
We supplied 3no levels of temporary steelwork, 50no 813 CHS props and 450 linear metres of twin 914 UB walers. The steelwork was delivered to suit the erection sequence as the excavation progressed.
There were 2no crane support bases, made up of large plate girders 2100mm x 500mm. These were supplied and erected to take the tower cranes that serviced the site. The temporary loading gantry was also supplied and erected to enable deliveries and collections
After completion of the necessary main contractors work, we removed the temporary steelwork and as part of our “buy back” initiative we credited the main contractor for the steelwork removed.
Contract Type – Temporary Props, Walers, Tower Crane Support Bases and Gantry Steel
Contract Value - £1,000,000
Approximate Contract Weight – 600tns
6th May 2019
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