With only four more floors to go to finish at Level 51, the Byrne Bros and Multiplex teams are adding a new floor every week to the stunning Damac Tower in Vauxhall, London.
Byrne Bros. has been awarded the contract to construct the reinforced concrete core of Cityside House on behalf of Great Portland Estates. The concrete core will be left exposed within the final scheme.
Byrne Bros. has been awarded 60 London Wall, a mixed use commercial & retail development. The office block comprises of 2 slipformed cores and concrete metal decking.
Byrne Bros. is currently working on Building M7, Stratford, a new build commercial office development. The package includes reinforced concrete basement, slipform core and concrete on metal decking.
Byrne Bros. has secured 1- 5 Grosvenor Place, also known as the Peninsula London Hotel, based on Hyde Park Corner. The existing buildings will be demolished, and the scheme will comprise a Peninsula Hotel with 190 guest rooms and 24- 28 residential apartments. We will be responsible for
Byrne Bros. has commenced work on AYKON London One, which is a 50-storey residential development in Nine Elms, London, within Zone 1 and on the South Bank. It is part of a wider multi-billion pounds regeneration scheme that includes the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station, as well as the
Byrne Bros. has commenced work on Building S9 of The International Quarter (TIQ) project in Stratford, London. The project is located between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Westfield shopping centre. Building S9 is part of the wider International Quarter project which comprises 12 buildings
Byrne Bros. successfully used 24m³ of cement-free (Cemfree) concrete as structural backfill between perimeter liner walls and neighbouring basements on the iconic Scalpel building. Although only 24m³ of Cemfree was used this resulted in a saving of over 3T of CO2, compared to an
Innovative logistics, extensive off-site prefabrication and careful co-ordination have featured in the concrete works of a new headquarters under construction in the heart of the City of London. Byrne Bros. project team explains how the challenge was tackled in the April issue of Concrete magazine.
Byrne Bros. have started works on 33 King William Street. This is a new office development project in Central London provideing a total of 22,200 m2 of office space. The building has a 2 level basement constructed with no crane access, requiring easily manually handled, lightweight formwork systems
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