Superstructure
 Cardinal Maritime.

Superstructure
Cardinal Maritime.

Challenge.

The substructure included:

  • Site clearance
  • Contamination controls and removal
  • Reduced level excavation
  • Removal of all surplus spoil
  • Foundations
  • Excavations
  • Installation of reinforced concrete dock levellers

A reinforced concrete floor slab was laid to an FM2 tolerance to support racking systems to be installed at 14 metres in height.

Solution.

The two energy storage sites leveraged the value of batteries for businesses wanting to secure site resilience, unlock revenue opportunities and enhance sustainable onsite generation.

The superstructure included a structural steel frame, insulated steel cladding systems to the building envelope and full dock levellers construction. An office with two floors was also constructed, segregated from the warehouse with blockwork and a lift. Also, a full M&E package with fire protection was implemented.

Externally all drainage was installed by us including a 300m3 attenuation tank. A tarmac car parking area, a concrete loading area for vehicles and various footpaths, soft landscaping and fencing were also installed.

Outcome.

Early access for our client to take possession of the building approximately three months before the original access date.

“ACS demonstrated throughout the project, a willingness to engage and collaborate with our business thus delivering a successful project early, under budget and to the highest possible standard.”