Anglia Formwork successfully secured the remainder of the works and are now coming to the end of the contract at Galloper. We have been there 35 weeks and have constructed hundreds of equipment foundations along with Transformers Bunds, Shunt Reactors, SVC and GIS Buildings.
We are currently constructing equipment foundations in the GIS Undercroft and have a number of CCTV bases and Lighting column foundations to install in the coming weeks.
Anglia Formwork have recently completed the formwork, reinforcement and concrete works at Moreton Hall School. The works consisted of reinforced concrete foundations, around 4,000 m2 of reinforced ground floor slab and 2,500 m2 of first floor composite slab. We also constructed a biomass boiler room which involved constructing 8 m high concrete walls.
Anglia Formwork have been appointed as the sub-contractor for the FRC works to the GIS and SVC structures on the new development at Galloper Onshore Wind farm Sub-station. We are hoping to secure the remainder of the works for the development.
Anglia Formwork have recently finished constructing a fish and eel pass in Denver. Parts of the fish pass were complex such as the resting pool which required unique formwork design.
Project Duration: 5 Months
For the past 12 weeks Anglia Formwork has been constructing a passive Eco house located in Gt. Ellingham. The design of the house is round and constructed from cast in-situ concrete, this has required bespoke formwork shutters to be made for the large walls and tight radius’s. We are now nearing completion of our works, the ground floor slab, walls and first floor slab have been cast leaving the first floor walls to complete.
Over the last 3 months Anglia Formwork has been constructing multiple equipment bases and LCC foundations. Which is located next to our neighbouring project the onshore sub-station in Walpole St Peter. We have just completed 70 foundations which were cast in-situ using timber shutters.
Anglia Formwork have started work at Race Bank Onshore Sub-station completing the FRC work’s for J.N. Murphy and their client DONG Energy. The substation will consist of a number of concrete structures such as water retaining bunds for transformers and shunt reactors, harmonic filters and numerous other equipment foundations.
We just started the foundations for the GIS Building which has around 50 tonne of reinforcement and 500m3 of concrete, we are currently waterproofing the structure using Grace Constructions Preprufe 300R & 800PA.
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Anglia Formwork will have completed the concrete attenuation tank for Norfolk Homes this week. The water retaining tank is over 40m long, 10m wide and could potentially hold around 800 cubic meters of water. The precast panels which form the roof were lifted into place last week along with the first part of the roof screed being poured. The job has moved along nicely and still is on target to meet the original 8 week program.
For the past month Anglia Formwork have been constructing the noise protection beam at the new engine test facility for Norwich city airport. The beam is 150m long and made from 570 cubic meters of concrete. The job is running on program and will be completed as planned.
Anglia Formwork successfully completed the RC works’ to King Streets new property development, where a number of flats and apartments are being constructed above a ground floor commercial unit. Our RC work’s included the ground beams, columns and podium slab which were all finished to a high standard.
Program Duration: 12 Weeks
Concrete: 422.3 m3
Reinforcement: 40 Tonne