Case study


  • Location Kidbrooke Station Square, London
  • Sector Civils, Reinforced Concrete Works
  • Value £2.75m

Works Description

The Kidbrooke Station Square is a residential-led mixed-use development in London SE3.

The development will be built on a vacant 4-acre site in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and will deliver 619 new homes across eight buildings.

The main road works comprised of

  • Bulk Earthworks involving the reduced level excavation with over 15,000m3 of excavated materials disposed offsite.
  • The main access road was constructed to modern standards to facilitate the adoption by Local Authority upon project completion.
  • Drainage, Services & District Heating for all blocks and serviced from central substation.
  • Temporary Suspension of footbridge servicing Kidbrooke Station followed by Underpinning of Footbridge to cater for the new site levels.
  • Various temporary sheet piling for crane bases, lift shafts and all deep excavations adjacent to live railway.
  • 2,200m2 of new ground floor slabs suspended on over 3000m3 of concrete sub-substructures.