Primars were asked by our clients to take down and rebuild a retaining wall, at the rear of a row of houses on the London North Circular.
This project was made more difficult as the area was raised, the house was occupied, and it had live drainage running through it.
A new retaining wall was constructed. The existing wall was then broken up and compacted with additional hardcore before a new, reinforced slab was cast. A new staircase was formed using the same technique. On completion, new garden walls were build and key clamp handrails installed to the stairs.
At the rear of a prestigious house in Notting Hill, Primars were commissioned to rebuild the soil-retaining wall and refurbish four concrete storerooms.
Concrete repairs, a new roof, Sika1 tanking, external render and new doors were required.
A new concrete reinforced wall was installed in 'hit and miss' sections.
Once the retaining wall was constructed, a decorative wall was built to match the adjacent one.
The outhouses were then refurbished.
Finally, a staircase and handrail were hand fabricated in situ.