Royal Albert Hall, London
Lomas worked in conjunction with Realtime Civil Engineering to complete a temporary basement propping scheme to this iconic London landmark. Spread over three levels, we were contracted to supply and install 85 tons of perimeter whalers and CHS props to our clients design. In addition to the main temporary work scheme we also completed clutch welding as required to the sheet pile wall. Phase two was completed in 2017.
PROJECT VALUE: £200,000
11-12 Dover Street, Mayfair
We have completed our design, supply and installation of a new structural steel framed building to replace an existing structure in the heart of London. Our work included an 80 ton temporary facade retention and internal propping scheme over four floors, to enable the demolition of the existing building. This was then followed by the supply and installation of a new 200 ton steel frame completed in 2018.
PROJECT VALUE: £700,000
West End Gate, Paddington
Lomas were brought in by one of our main clients to take over the installation of a large-scale temporary propping scheme to this project. Our works included fabricating and installing connections for Megashore props completing the perimeter walers and remedial work to the previously installed works. This was followed by the fabrication and installation of all remaining steel props and any additional works as required. This ongoing project has run smoothly of all aspects of our works in a 12month period delivering areas on time to hit the demands of our client on time, every time.
PROJECT VALUE: £215,000
Macintosh House, Marylebone
We have just completed this 3 level temporary propping scheme in the heart of London. The scheme included 55 ton of perimeter walers, CHS props and knee braces and two large pre-fabricated trusses which all had to be brought to site in sequence to deal with the constraints of a small and busy London construction site.
PROJECT VALUE: £250,000+
Borough High Street, London
We have recently completed a five storey extension to a commercial property within 5 minutes of London Bridge Station. The structural steel frame was specifically designed to meet the challenges of a small site within London. This specific design enabled us to deliver the completed 40 ton frame without the use of heavy machinery on time and under budget. Completed in September 2017.
PROJECT VALUE: £165,000
London Underground, Cooling the Tube Scheme
Working on four different sits across London we have been working in conjunction with our client to deliver galvanised steel frames to support mechanical fans and equipment in each shaft. The main site, City Road, also included a structural steel head house to host a heat exchange system to be used to recycle the hot air generated by the Underground into heating for the surrounding flats. This frame posed a unique challenge of producing heavy scale engineering on an 8x8 metre steel frame weighing over 80 ton, in one of our smallest sites to date.
PROJECT VALUE: £530,000+
Burlington Gate, Mayfair London
Over an 18 month period, Lomas steel were brought in to complete the modification and removal of a large scale basement temporary works scheme to a major development in central London. On short notice we provided our client with a specialist team of temporary works fabricators to complete the removal and clutch welding on site. The project consisted of four basement levels which had to be removed as the RC frame progressed. We were open to any requirements that arose throughout this time period.
PROJECT VALUE: £300,000
Hunt's Paper Factory, Fulham
Another testament to our ability to work within small sites across London, ‘The Quad’ as it is now known was a full design, supply and installation project consisting of converting the old paper factory into luxury apartments which included the installation of a series of balconies throughout the existing floors and a new steel frame above the main factory floor. The project challenges included working around a small courtyard development and manually fitting all steelwork without the use of machinery. Completed October 2015.