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Canary Wharf Crossrail Station, part of a new rail line opening in 2018, is currently being constructed adjacent to buildings including the HSBC tower.

Topbond were commissioned to produce and supply seven sections of retaining wall to make up a cascading water feature at the Canary Wharf Shopping Centre in mid-2015.

Each of the seven sections had to fit precisely between the new bason walls, measuring three metres wide by one metre deep. They were designed in conjunction with existing architects plans but modified through the design phase.

The final designs included stainless steel plates, over which the water can drop 200mm to the next section.

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Topbond were approached by Tonbridge Council to help design flood defences as part of a new £1.95m regeneration scheme of Tonbridge Town Locks. The designs needed to be in keeping with the surrounding area whilst at the same time ensuring a high level of protection.

Working in conjunction with the main contractor, a 320 metre concrete and brick wall was constructed which runs parallel to the River Medway and includes feature steps constructed at our Sittingbourne works and incorporates 14 different stone curves.

The design, development and installation took 7 months and the flood defences now protect more than 100 properties in the area.

Camberwell Green Feature Wall

As part of gentrification works to Camberwell Green in South London, Topbond were commissioned to produce twelve metre long sweeping cast walls around the park entrances and park benches in a matching style.

Cast with a portland finish at our Sittingbourne based works, with debossed lettering cast into the face of the moulds. Due to the sheer size of the walls, customised transport packing was required to deliver the cast walls to Camberwell Green.

Part of the specification required lifting the walls into place sympathetic to a tree protected by a tree preservation order. The roots of the tree ran under the wall so required a second design and cast to be produced to allow for the roots. The walls were then lifted into place sympathetic to the tree preservation order. This included spanning 6 metres of roots and lifting the walls into position without damaging branches.

Luxury Housing Development

 

Greenwich Maritime Museum

 

Cast Stone features for London Office Development

 

Reconstituted cast stone portico, replacement balconies and roof copings for Mayfair hotel

 

Cast stone internal shop fittings

Cast stone elements for Mosque extension project

 

Creating cast stone window to match existing windows

 

Cast stone elements, including portico, columns, pilasters, niches, pediments, chimney caps, window dressings and balustading for  luxury house and for  extensive terracing at the rear of the property

Natural stone cladding  and paving

 

Replacement of stone balusters at historic harbour

 

Plinths, balusters, cappings and feature stones to London landmark building

 

Internal and external cast stone features, including  portico, cornices, pediments, window dressings, and internal and external columns

Supply and fix contract - retail development

 

Prestigious private apartments close to the Chelsea Football Stadium complex

Replacement pillars for the entrance to the world-famous Royal Marsden Hospital in London, famous for its pioneering work in the field of cancer care

White pre-cast staircase for the inside of the building and structural and decorative columns for use both internally and externally

 

 Reconstructed stone elements for the refurbishment and conversion of the former Oakwood Park Hospital chapel into five luxury apartments

Decorative capping to sheet piling along refurbished canal

Reconstructed stone elements for prestige office block in Mayfair London

Replication of existing mouldings on victorian bay window

Refurbishment of listed bus shelter

For further information contact Broadmead Renaissance Cast Stone on 01795 414050
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