Projects

Below is a selection of our most recent projects.

Heads of Valley


Wentworth House Partnership carried out a CAT III design check and value engineering exercise for a temporary reinforced slope to carry piling plant and crawler cranes at Retaining Wall No31.

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Tottenham Hotspur Football Club


Wentworth House Partnership designed temporary sheet pile cofferdams and carried out value engineering Finite Element analysis of permanent sheet pile wall tied back by concrete bearing pile.

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Tideway East


Wentworth House Partnership designed various site enabling works including water main diversion, temporary site hydrant / meter design, and sewage over pumping solutions to enable a major upgrade of an existing sewage pumping station.

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Piccadilly Lights


Provision of temporary works to allow demolition of GF, 1st and 2nd floors whilst retaining 4-6th floors. Retention of façade from basement to 2nd.

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150BG


Wentworth House Partnership designed the top-down propping and column restraint for the largest open basement in the City of London.

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Pinnacle


Dead shoring to existing 3 level basement to allow cutting of holes for piles up to 2.4m diameter and operation of a 130T piling rig at GF.

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Glebe


Wentworth House Partnership was shortlisted for the BCIA temporary works award for this project.

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Wimbledon No.1 Court Roof Removal


As part of the upgrade of #1 Court at The All England Lawn Tennis Club the existing membrane roof was to be removed.

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Shieldhall Tunnel


Wentworth House Partnership designed TBM launching and reception structures including temporary support to tunnel rings and other tunnelling temporary works below ground.

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Earls Court


Wentworth House Partnership was awarded the BCIA temporary works award for its work at Earls Court.

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Barts Square


Built in 3 phases this project required the retention of 4 building facades typically 18m high and of lengths between 8m and 80m.

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St James Market


Retention of building facades up to 22m high on 4 elevations, total 140m long, basement propping to vault perimeter walls and new basement within king post wall up to 10m deep, tower crane bases.

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De Vere Gardens


This large scale redevelopment comprised the demolition of a hotel which in itself comprised a series of old houses with openings formed between, retaining building facades totalling 200m length up to 20m high in a conservation area and construction of a new 170m x 35m x10m deep basement.

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London Bridge Thameslink


The London Bridge Thameslink project involves creation of a new concourse beneath where the tracks currently exit the station.

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Quadrant 3 Regent Street


The project required the demolition of a 10 storey building plus 2 basements within part retained sections of facade, and excavation for a third level of basement.

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Ropemaker Street


This major basement excavation 12-16m deep with a plan area 60m x 70m was required to support several new superstructure blocks up to 20 stories high.

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St James Square


The project comprised the demolition of a series of buildings down to basement level, the retention of one listed building on the site, and the construction of a new 2 level deep basement within a secant wall and underpinning, partially under the retained building.

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The Shard London Bridge Quarter


As part of the redevelopment of London Bridge Station the 28 storey Southwark Tower block was demolished, the core foundation removed, a new secant wall installed, and a 3 level basement formed.

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