Southwest Lands is a new development consisting of three blocks of reinforced concrete frame, with the highest residential accommodation block with 17 storeys, providing 553 new homes to the Wembley Park redevelopment regeneration scheme. The redevelopment of the Wembley Park area is a significant regeneration project undertaken over multiple phases, of which the South West Lands site forms part of.
Due to the scale of the project and some complex interaction with Network Rail assets, Node Scaffold Design were requested to produce various proposals for ground base loadings, bridged access openings and heavy duty horse and cantilever support frames near boundary wall locations to support 16no floors of scaffold access. This requires ongoing planning and development with the main contractors temporary works engineers, resulting in a solution that met all needs on site.
This project involved a large amount of early planning, with various design developments carried out and reviewed on site prior to erecting scaffold, and a full submission to Network Rail due to the proximity of their asset. The scaffold team on site worked to a high standard, to ensure all design details were adhered to in each location.