Burts Wharf Refurbishment - Lidl Distribution Centre

Burts Wharf Refurbishment - Lidl Distribution Centre

Project Value:

£750,000

Dates:

June – November 2021

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Overview

Lidl Great Britain  Limited (LIDL) acquired  the site at Burts  Wharf, Belvedere to facilitate an extension of their current food distribution facility immediately  east of the new site. A 42,000m2 single storey  building is proposed for the site. The site sits  adjacent  to the River Thames and takes benefit from the existing Thames Tidal Defence wall which forms the northern boundary of the site.

The river wall within the site boundary is approximately 280m long. The river wall structure  is comprised of 26 ‘blocks’. Each block is comprised  of a reinforced concrete slab, with parapet upstands, seated on steel ‘H’ piles (raking and vertical), with a sheet pile wall on the river and land  elevations. A mass concrete revetment  extends from the sheet piles into  the water. The landward sheet piles are anchored into the embankment  and incorporate a concrete  capping beam.

GPS Marine and Civil Services (GPS MACS) were contracted to complete the required refurbishment works to the river wall.

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Burts Wharf Refurbishment - Lidl Distribution Centre

Project Value:

£750,000

Dates:

June – November 2021
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Overview

Lidl Great Britain  Limited (LIDL) acquired  the site at Burts  Wharf, Belvedere to facilitate an extension of their current food distribution facility immediately  east of the new site. A 42,000m2 single storey  building is proposed for the site. The site sits  adjacent  to the River Thames and takes benefit from the existing Thames Tidal Defence wall which forms the northern boundary of the site.

The river wall within the site boundary is approximately 280m long. The river wall structure  is comprised of 26 ‘blocks’. Each block is comprised  of a reinforced concrete slab, with parapet upstands, seated on steel ‘H’ piles (raking and vertical), with a sheet pile wall on the river and land  elevations. A mass concrete revetment  extends from the sheet piles into  the water. The landward sheet piles are anchored into the embankment  and incorporate a concrete  capping beam.

GPS Marine and Civil Services (GPS MACS) were contracted to complete the required refurbishment works to the river wall.

Nearshore / Inland Warerways

Tidal River Thames

Health and Safety

Bespoke access walkway systems installed along revetment to provide safe access for the workforce in a challenging location

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