Titanic Quarter, Belfast

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Duration: 2019 – 2020 Project Contractor: TSL
Client: Amazon Value: £2m
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Scope of works

  • Site clearance
  • Demolition of existing structures
  • Break out and removal of relic structures and foundations
  • Bulk earthworks
  • Lime & cement stabilisation
  • Crushing and processing of site won materials
  • Aggregate importation

Project Description

This project involved providing a ‘turn key’ pre-construction enabling scheme. This required the demolition of the famous timber engineering buildings and associated offices where the timber for the ill-fated Titanic was produced and formed. Following the sizable demolition process where we reclaimed and recycled over 2000 tonnes of ferrous steel, the works then involved the removal of footings and relic foundations, re-engineering the ground including cement stabilisation to form a building formation to the required level.

The size of the site was approx. 580,000 sq. ft and was demolished, remediated and re-engineered in 8 weeks.

We worked closely with our client TSL to allow the piling and construction process to begin following week 3 of our commencement.

The site was originally part of the Harlow and Wolff works where the famous Titanic cruise liner was built, it was a unique experience to work under the shadow of the famous Samson & Goliath cranes which have been in the Titanic Quarter skyline for over 50 years.


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