We have extensive experience of successfully delivering high-rise concrete structures and their associated groundworks and substructure works.
High-rise construction presents unique safety and logistical challenges, not least due to the windy and sometimes surprising weather conditions that exist when working at such heights. We use the latest state of the art construction methods, technology and practices including the use of hydraulic protection screens, concrete placing booms, and hydraulic rail mounted panel formwork systems. Our skill and experience in using this technology ensures the fast, safe and highly precise building of high-rise structures.
Our best in class safety approach ensures the safety of our workforce and all those working around them on site. Our use of innovative hydraulically climbed screens and access systems enable cladding and concreting operations to run simultaneously and negate the down time associated with wind and inclement weather. And by using modular decking systems, the majority of construction can be carried out from slab level, eliminating the requirement for height access platforms, and minimising the use of harnesses for infill works and edge-protection installation.
A Make-designed 54-storey office tower on Marsh Wall in the City of London.
One the Elephant
A Squire & Partner designed 37-storey residential tower in Elephant & Castle.
A SOM designed 36-storey Tower.
A Make/Scott Brownrigg designed 42-storey residential tower in City Road.
A Glen Howells designed 42-storey residential tower in Birmingham.
Greenwich Peninsula, SOM designed towers between 21 and 31 storeys.