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Bauer Technologies was awarded the piling works for Phase 2 by Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC) with Mace acting as Construction Manager for BPSDC.
Bauer’s remit was to design and construct the rotary bored piling and secant walls within the envelope of the existing 1930’s Power Station building. Prior to this, Bauer had to undertake a programme of advanced works, which included preliminary test piling and the removal of old foundations and redundant piles, advanced works began February 2016 and were completed June 2016. Main works followed and included the installation of two very large secant walls inside what was originally Turbine Hall A and Turbine Hall B.
Success was also driven by Bauer’s ability to work closely with other contractors in managing the difficult site logistics and the frequent hand over and hand back of work areas. During peak production Bauer Technologies had circa 60 vehicle movements each day to coordinate with the other contractors also working in the structural envelope.
A showcase project for Bauer Technologies, as it demonstrated not only its technical ability, but also its collaborative approach, with works completed ahead of schedule.