Concrete construction works
Concrete frame construction to block A is steadily progressing and should be completed to roof level by December 2019. Perimeter scaffolding for the construction of the block A brickwork façade will be erected during November 2019.
Bulk excavation of the basement for blocks B, C, D and E is complete.
Air monitoring was paused on 4th September following the completion of basement excavations. Air monitoring recommenced on 18th November to coincide with the excavation works for the service corridor and installation of sheet piles.
Concrete construction works for blocks B, C, D and E foundations are complete. Concrete frame construction works from basement level to roof level has commenced, and we anticipate that these works will be ongoing until the end of February 2020.
The perimeter scaffold construction works to blocks B, C, D and E for the brickwork façade will begin in early December 2019.
Excavation works to the service corridor
Works to the service corridor, which will eventually link Wallis Road with Hackney Wick station started on 19th November. This will continue for a period of eight weeks, pausing for the Christmas break between 20th December and 2nd January. Services for the site, including electric cables, gas supplies and drainage, will also be installed during this time.
These excavation works to the final 5% of the site will be carried out in line with the agreed remediation strategy. Air quality monitoring has recommenced, and will continue during this period, at all on-site and off-site receptor locations.
Site Logistics, Deliveries
The site will continue to take delivery of necessary materials to facilitate the construction works. Deliveries will be managed to ensure the site has only one delivery at a time with traffic marshals operating at the site entrance at all times to minimise disruption and ensure the safety of the public.
The project team is committed to maintaining a safe environment both on and off-site. Our aim is to complete the works as quickly as possible to minimise the duration of any disruption caused by the works.