Central Piling Case Studies


Read some of our client case studies which show how Central Piling have helped our clients to construct and develop some of the country’s most innovative structures and landmarks.

This section will show you how we have been able to overcome obstacles such as space, ground conditions and time to achieve what sometimes looks like the unachievable.

We possess a variety of foundation techniques so we can find the right process for each job


Caxton Street, Royal Gateway Development, Canning Town, London


As part of the redevelopment of Galliard Homes a new residential Development is to be developed.

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306-308 Barking Road, Newham, London


The client required a basement to be constructed as part of the works at Barking Road. To enable this it was considered that, due to the high ground water table, a secant piled wall was the best…

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3 Park Place Villas, Holland Park, London


The challenge of this project was to form a double basement underneath and to the rear of this listed building in order that a swimming pool and gym area could be provided. Access for all equipment…

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New Metrobank, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire


The challenge of this project was to form greater/larger space within a confined space in a listed building to provide banking financial services. Access for all equipment was restricted to 1.8m…

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Freckleton Street, Montague Street Link New Bridge Works, Blackburn


Piles were required for abutments for a new bridge across the river Blakewater in the northwest of England.

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Epsom Downs Racecourse


As part of the redevelopment of Epsom Downs Racecourse a new grandstand is to be constructed.

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Crossrail C360; Stepney Green Shaft Piling Works


Crossrail required large diameter bearing piles in restricted access adjacent to the Stepney Green Shaft which provides ventilation to the underlying tunnel approximately 30m below ground level.

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22 Station Road – Office Block Development, Cambridge


The construction of a multi-million pound office development by Wates Construction in Cambridge Brookgate’s 22 Station Road scheme, a £33m five-storey development of 64,770 sq ft office space.

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1 Phipp Street, London


The Client required the design and construction of 118 bearing piles to support a five-story mixed use commercial building (with basement) located at 1 Phipp Street, Shoreditch, London.

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Spring Mews Building D, London


The Client required the design and construction of 39 bearing piles to support a multi-story student accommodation/hotel building located at Spring Mews, London.

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Westfield London, Ariel Way & Restaurant Area, Shepherds Bush, White City


The proposed development will comprise an extension to the existing Westfield Shopping Centre comprising multi-storey retail and multi-storey car parks.

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Adult Mental Health Unit, St. Mary’s Road, Southampton


The AMHU is an extension to the existing Royal South Hants Hospital in Southampton.

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Cygnet Street Development, Hackney, London


The client required an 8.7m deep basement to be constructed as part of the works at Cygnet Street. To enable this it was considered that, due to the high ground water table, a secant piled wall was…

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Long Lane, Hackney, London


The construction of new student accommodation in East London for main contractor HG Construction required Central Piling to carry out complex foundation analysis to demonstrate the safety for nearby…

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Islington Square, Islington, London


Central Piling were appointed by Galliard Homes to supply a piling solution to Islington Square - a new 4.5 acre residential development by Sager Group located on the site of the former North London…

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Harbour Central, Isle of Dogs, London


Harbour Central development includes several high-rise buildings with up to 41 floors over a 6m deep basement. Piling works included both an embedded retaining wall and piled foundations.

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Felton Street, Colville Estate, Hackney, London


The proposed development was the construction of a high-rise residential building of eight-storey in height.

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