Artics deliver specialist Aggregates.
Battersea Power Station in London, UK, is being redeveloped as part of a seven-phased, £8bn worth redevelopment project. It was fully decommissioned in 1983 and given Grade II building status.
The project is located opposite Chelsea, about one mile from the Houses of Parliament, and about 400m stretch of the site is directly oriented towards River Thames.
The overall site covers an area of 42 acres, of which 18 acres will be public space and six acres will be used to create a river side park. The redevelopment will involve the construction of 3,444 new residential homes, 517 affordable homes, restoration of the power station itself, construction of a new tube station, 2.5 million square feet of office and retail space, a library, a medical centre, and childcare facilities.
When our client called us requesting a special light weight aggregate called LYTAG we were more than happy to help. LYTAG is made from reclaimed fly ash and provides a greater flexibility in the design process. We collected the material from Kings Lyn on our Artic Tippers which have a carrying capacity of up to 30 Tonnes and delivered 4 loads to site.
For any specific project requirements that you have we are more than happy to help locate and deliver material to your site.