Storage Building in a Confined Area

 

 

London power tunnels

Hochtief-Murphy Joint Venture (HMJV) were contracted by National Grid to deliver the tunnelling and shaft work of the second phase of its London Power Tunnels (LPT2) project in a contract worth around £400m.
Fews Temporary Buildings were asked to build a workshop /storage structure in a confined area on the New Cross Worksite in Southwark, and another structure at the Hurst Worksite.

A 10 metre x 15 metre temporary building on a 6 metre leg was erected in a very confined space. A scissor lift had to be positioned on site using a crane to enable the structure to be built.

To insulate the structure, we fitted 40mm sandwich panel walls and a thermo roof.

3 x 4.8 metre x 4.5 metre steel roller shutter doors with electronic operation were fitted to provide vehicular access, and a single personnel door.

Proper drainage was required so steel gutters & downpipes were fitted all around the structure.

Specifications

  • Clearspan Aluminium Frame Structure, 10m Wide x 15m Long Structure
    with 6m Side Height
  • Chemical Anchors into Existing Concrete Base
  • Thermo Insulated PVC Roof Covers
  • Insulated 40mm Sandwich Panel Walling
  • Single Steel Personnel Door with Emergency Exit Bar
  • 3 4.8m x 4.5m Steel Roller Shutter Door with Electronic Operation
  • Steel Gutters & Downpipes to Side Elevations
  • Snow Load: 25kg/m2; EN13782 for temporary structures
  • Wind Speed 28m/s (When Fully Enclosed)

 

 

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Temporary Insulated Storage Building
Insulated sandwich panel walling with roller shutter door access
Temporary Insulated Storage Building
Insulated PVC roof gables
Temporary Insulated Storage Building
Roller shutter door for vehicle access
Temporary Insulated Storage Building
Interior of insulated PVC roof and sandwich panel walling