As part of a refurbishment project the original, single storey, café was to be demolished to make way for a more aesthetically pleasing, 2 storey restaurant with a public roof terrace which would complement the prestigious surroundings in the Duke of York Square. The design of the new restaurant has already won a New London Architecture Award for its state-of-the-art design.
After an intense tender process to identify the main contractor to deliver this new establishment, Westgreen Construction Ltd were chosen due to their expertise in delivering successful projects of this type. Following their success Westgreen quickly contacted All Foundations (UK) Ltd to seek their advice on the piling aspect of the project.
After reviewing the information and visiting the site, All Foundations decided to utilise a CFA piling rig, a CM-50, to install the 92 No. 600mm diameter piles, which would make up the contiguous piled wall required for the basement.