Construction of the basement levels is well underway on a new development project for Access Storage on Streatham High Road in South London.
An existing building was demolished at the prominent brown field site at Streatham High Road to make way for the new development, which comprises 12,961 sq m of storage space and 619 sq m of offices over 4-storeys, plus two basement levels.
The building will be a steel frame construction on piled foundations and contiguous augered piled retaining walls, with a reinforced concrete ground floor slab. The exterior will be predominantly glass and brick cladding, featuring a living green wall.
The main project contractor is Harmonix Construction, and Gyoury Self has been working alongside Richard Hopkinson Architects providing full structural and civil engineering for the project.
Construction of the basement levels is well underway and the steel frame is currently being fabricated by Nationwide Structures Ltd.