The team at Deconstruct UK were contracted to carry out a number of structural alterations in the parliamentary district of Westminster, the alterations included the introduction of new structural lift and stair core, plus construction of a new 5th floor structure.
Deconstruct were also contracted to demolish a former stair core within this four storey building and constructed a new reinforced concrete core from the basement to a new 5th floor level. There were a number of key structural alteration packages carried out including removal of a secondary stair core and the introduction of new steel framing and slabs.
The introduction of an entire new mansard roof with all joisting and carcassing was also carried out.
To design and install a temporary works scheme that could allow the creation of a significant basement foundation for the new stair and lift core.
Fast-track fabrication and installation of a new steel mansard roof construction, developed in conjunction with the client design team to then complete a comprehensive carpentry package.
For more information about this structural alteration case study, download it here.
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