Cordek were requested to design and supply a formwork system that would aid the construction of a new and improved arrangement of tiered reinforced concrete seating within the amphitheatre.
Cordek were approached to provide a lightweight structural fill solution to be used for embankment construction, adjoining the Datchet Road Overbridge, between Junction 5 and Junction 6.
Cordek were approached to provide a formwork solution for creating a ‘scalloped’ profile to the underside of the cast in-situ concrete balconies.
Cordek were requested to design and supply a bespoke formwork solution to aid the construction of the integral, reinforced concrete slab soffit for the large skating bowls on the first floor of Folkestone Urban Sports Park.
Cordek was requested to provide a combined ground heave and void former solution beneath the reinforced concrete slab, constructed at the base of the Jean Prouvé Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) Launch Shaft.
Cordek were called upon to supply a bespoke formwork solution for the construction of the complex geometrical details of the supporting piers.
Cordek were asked to supply a structural fill solution, encapsulated within a protective membrane to fill the entire cavity of the tunnel.
Cordek were asked by the specialist concrete frame contractor Oliver Connell & Son to devise a formwork system to allow the construction of ribbed concrete floors.
Cordek was asked to supply a cut-to-fit solution of Filcor Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) to fill the void beneath the podium and build up the curved steps leading away from it.
Cordek was asked to supply Cellcore HX S panels, designed to protect buildings from the effects of ground heave caused by expansive soils.
Cordek were asked to supply Filcor Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) as a structural fill solution beneath the new landscaped area.
Cordek were asked to supply a permanent formwork system for the construction of the reinforced concrete foundations at Lonsdale Road.
Cordek were asked to supply a solution that could combat the effects of ground heave at York Place, as a result of the demolition of a former retail warehouse and construction of a new housing development.
Cordek were asked to supply the two guide wall formers required to locate the piles that form the shaft and aeration chamber at one of the main drive sites.
Cordek were asked to supply Sheet Pile Infills to facilitate the construction of the basement.
Cordek were tasked with providing a formwork solution to enable the main contractor to cast the ‘knuckle’ intersections between the escalator shaft and the levels above and below.
Cordek was challenged with finding a solution to create the recessed voided ceiling which is a key feature of the Eastern Ticket Hall.
Cordek was asked to provide a lightweight structural fill solution to raise the height of the newly constructed terraces, thus enabling additional rows of seating to be added.
Cordek was asked to provide heave protection measures to protect the church's new floor from possible future ground movement.
Cordek were called upon to deliver a ground heave solution which would also provide the necessary level of ground floor insulation.
Cordek were tasked with providing a solution to 7,500m³ of lightweight structural fill encapsulated within a suitably protective membrane, within a restricted timeframe.
Cordek were able to assist in providing a formwork solution for the construction of a new 8000m² elevated bus deck which will connect to Westbourne Park Bus Garage.
Cordek were invited to tender for the design and supply of four multi-use concrete moulds for pre-casting two spiral staircases within Phase One’s residential block, Circus West. A combination of detailed planning and modern digital methods of manufacture resulted in a cost effective solution which achieved the quality and multiple reuses required from this demanding project.
Cordek designed and supplied a simple and cost effective formwork solution for the cantilevered balconies at Baltimore Tower, a £300m, 45 storey luxury residential development by Baltimore Wharf SLP. The new twisting tower has been billed as an 'iconic new landmark for luxury living' in London.
Cordek were approached to provide a solution for the ground heave protection requirements of the reinforced concrete slab at the base of Moorgate Shaft. We were called upon to ascertain the appropriate protection needed, taking into consideration the weight of reinforced concrete slab and the heave potential of the soil beneath, along with the space and delivery constraints in place on site.
Cordek called upon to aid with the practicalities of a formwork solution to create the six concrete diving platforms in a scheme featuring few straight lines at the iconic London Aquatics Centre, built for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Cordek were approached for their technical expertise, providing the moulds for the precasting of the concrete parapet units on this striking project.
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