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Building S4
Reserved Matters Application
Piling Risk Assessment
Prepared for Lend Lease by Ramboll

Name of Report
INTERNATIONAL QUARTER LONDON: BUILDING S4
PILING RISK ASSESSMENT

Revision P01
Date 21/06/2016
Made by Harvey Rich / Emily Burge
Checked by Tom Smith
Approved by Simon Corness
Description Preliminary Issue

Ref TIQ-E-RAM-S4-XXX-RP-00-002

Ramboll Environ
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London
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United Kingdom
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Piling Risk Assessment

CONTENTS

1. INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Objectives 1
1.2 Constraints and Limitations 2
2. THE SITE 3
2.1 Site Location 3
2.2 Site Description and Boundaries 3
2.3 Site History 3
2.4 Site Geology 3
2.5 Hydrogeology 4
2.6 Hydrology 5
2.7 Contamination 5
2.8 Ground Gas 5
2.9 Summary of the Conceptual Site Model 5
3. PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT 7
3.1 Proposed Development 7
3.2 Proposed Piling Methodology 7
4. PILING RISK ASSESSMENT 8
4.1 General 8
4.2 Risk Assessment 8
5. CONCLUSIONS 10
6. REFERENCES 11

APPENDICES

Appendix 1
Drawings
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1. INTRODUCTION
Ramboll has been instructed by Stratford City Business District (SCBD) Ltd to undertake a piling
risk assessment for Building S4 of the International Quarter London.

Outline Planning Permission has been granted for the comprehensive mixed-use development of
Stratford City, planning ref 10/90641/EXTODA, which divides Stratford City into 7 development
zones. Zone 2 comprises the core commercial zone; known as International Quarter London
(IQL). The outline planning permission is subject to compliance with a number of Planning
Conditions that relate to the whole IQL Development site, individual Development Zones and
individual Development plots.

This Piling Risk Assessment has been prepared to enable the discharge of Planning Condition L12
which states that “any piling or other works that may create pathways into the deep aquifer or
allow ground gases or other contaminants to present a hazard shall be carried out in accordance
with the details submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning Authority before
development commences…”

This report provides the context and framework for piling on land affected by contamination and
provides justification of the choice of piling methodology for the proposed development and
mitigation measures to be adopted (if required).

1.1 Objectives

This report has been prepared to provide information on the following:

• Background on the site setting and contamination;


• Summary of the Conceptual Site Model;
• Details of the proposed development and the selected foundation methodology;
• A Piling Risk Assessment in accordance with Environment Agency Document Piling and
Penetrative Ground Improvement Methods on Land Affected by Contamination: Guidance
on Pollution Prevention ref NC/99/73; and
• Justification of foundation methodology selection and measures required to mitigate any
associated risks.

This report has been prepared with reference to the reports detailed within Table 1.1.

Table 1.1: Information Sources

Report Title Author Date


Site Wide Ground Resources Delta Simons June 2007
and Remediation Strategy ref
06.3245.02
Zone 2 Ground Contamination Delta Simons March 2013
Assessment Ground
Contamination ref 09-3212.04
Geotechnical and Ramboll February 2016
Geoenvironmental Desktop
Site Appraisal ref TIQ-S-RAM-
S4-XXX-RP-00-002
Piling Specification ref Ramboll May 2016
TIQ-G-RAM-S4-XXX-SP-00-
002
Stage 2 Report ref TIQ-S- Ramboll June 2016
RAM-S4-XXX-RP-00-004
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1.2 Constraints and Limitations

This document has been prepared for the use of SBDC Ltd. This report summarises information
provided from a number of external sources and cannot offer any guarantees or warranties for
the completeness or accuracy of information relied upon.
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2. THE SITE
2.1 Site Location

The site is located in London, within Zone 2 of the Stratford City Development. The site is
currently a vacant plot that occupies an area of 0.3 hectares and is at a ground level of
approximately 14.5m to 15.5m above Ordnance Datum (AOD). The centre of the site is located at
approximate National Grid co-ordinates TQ 38049 84533. A site location plan is shown in Figure
2.1.

2.2 Site Description and Boundaries

The site is largely unoccupied, covered with asphalt hardstanding and is roughly level. Access to
the site is currently from the ‘stitch’; a pedestrian access route, at the junction with Westfield
Avenue.

The north-north eastern boundary of the site comprises a steep reinforced vegetated
embankment, comprising land raise materials, that extends down to Westfield Avenue. The
remaining boundaries are not clearly defined and continue onto the land associated with the
adjacent plots (Plots S5, S2, S10 and S9) of the wider IQL development. The eastern boundary of
the site is located adjacent to the east of the stitch pedestrian access route which dissects plot
S4. S5, currently under construction borders the site to the east. The southern extent of the site
is roughly delineated by a surface water drainage system. The western boundary of the IQL
South site comprises fencing separating the site from the adjacent Lend Lease site offices.

There is no vegetation present across the site and no services were visible during the site
walkover apart from surface drains running north west to south east.

2.3 Site History

The site history is fully described in the Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Desktop Site
Appraisal (Ramboll, 2016).

In summary, since the late 1890’s, the site has been used predominantly for railway uses. By the
1970’s, the area had been redeveloped into an International Freight Terminal, with warehouses
and railway sidings covering the site. By the late 1990’s the site had been largely cleared in
preparation for the CTRL works including the formation of a land raise on the site, and latterly,
the Olympic Park development, with the area being used for security check-in during the London
2012 Olympic Games.

There is potential for unforeseen obstructions to be found, particularly in the historical Made
Ground. A review of Skanska’s buried piles and foundations location plan suggests the risk of
encountering foundation obstructions below the Land Raise is low.

Plot S4 was developed pre and post war and as such, in line with the Arup UXO Desk Study and
Risk Assessment (Arup, 2008), the risk of encountering UXOs during piling is relatively low.

2.4 Site Geology

Details of the anticipated geology can be found in the Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental
Desktop Site Appraisal (Ramboll, 2016).
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The geological sequence beneath the site has been assessed based on previous site investigation
records from the site and surrounding area. The geological progression has been identified as
Landraise fill, underlain by historical Made Ground and a discontinuous stratum of Alluvium, River
Terrace Deposits, Lambeth Group, Thanet Sand and Upper Chalk. The Landraise fill is
approximately 10m in depth, and was placed in the early 2000s, comprising excavation spoil
from the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL) works. Much of the material was lime stabilised and as
such may be very stiff and present difficulties during piling. The Lambeth Group can be sub-
divided into the Woolwich Formation, Reading Formation and Upnor Formation. Table 2.1
provides a summary of the expected ground conditions at site.

Table 2.1 Anticipated Ground Conditions at Site

Estimated Top of Stratum Typical


(mOD) Average
Stratum Description
Thickness
Range Typical (m)

A combination of materials
+14.77 to including lime stabilised
Land Raise +15.0 10.5 material, sandy gravelly
+18.89
clay, and fragments of
brick, flint and concrete
Mixture of rubble; ash;
Made +3.52 to +7.99 +4.5 back fill; brick; quartz;
2.0
Ground sand and stones; ballast;
clinker and flint
+2.4 to +2.92 Firm to stiff dark green/
Alluvium +2.5 0.5
(discontinuous) grey silty or sandy clay

River Medium dense to dense


Terrace +1.04 to +2.11 +1.8 5.3 orangish brown sandy
Deposits gravel and gravelly sand
Lambeth Thinly laminated greyish
Group brown very stiff fissured
(Woolwich -4.38 to -3.36 -3.5 7.0 clay, silt or fine sand with
and Reading shell fragments
Beds)
Dense brown/ grey/ green
Lambeth
gravelly clayey sand, or
Group -11.8 to -8.38 -10.5 5.0 stiff to very stiff gravelly
(Upnor
sandy clay, often with
Formation)
pebbles or shell fragments
Thanet -17.88 and - Very dense greyish brown
-15.5 13.0
Sand 13.99 silty fine sand
Bulhead - -28.5 Greyish brown gravelly
0.5
Beds clayey sand with cobbles
Weak and fractured chalk
Chalk - -29.0 Unproven composed of gravelly sandy
silt
The groundwater level in the upper aquifer is assumed to be at approximately +2.0mAOD.

2.5 Hydrogeology

The groundwater regime at the site is characterised by two aquifers. The upper aquifer comprises
the Secondary (undifferentiated) Alluvium and Secondary A River Terrace Deposits. The lower
Principal aquifer is primarily formed by the Chalk, and the Thanet Sand and Upnor Formation are
likely to be in hydraulic continuity with the Chalk.

The Land Raise may contain quantities of perched water.


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2.6 Hydrology

The nearest surface water feature to the site is a tributary of the Waterworks River,
approximately 230m to the south west of the site. The River Lea is located roughly 340m to the
northwest of the site.

2.7 Contamination

Based on the review of information available to date contained within the Geotechnical and
Geoenvironmental Desktop Site Appraisal (Ramboll, 2016), it is considered that:

• No significant soil contamination has been previously identified within the top 2m of land
raise and this material has been signed off by the London Borough of Newham as suitable for
a Residential (with gardens) end use.

• Evidence of arsenic, boron, copper, lead, phenol, sulphate, TPH and PAH contamination have
previously been identified >2mbgl, within the land raise and historical Made Ground.
Bioremediated material is similarly contained in a number of cells beneath the site. Alkaline
soils have also been recorded in the land raise beneath the site associated with emplacement
of lime stabilised materials.

• Asbestos (ACM) containing materials and free fibres were identified in a number of cells,
within isolated cement products.

• Within groundwater, concentrations of manganese, boron, EPH and ammonium were recorded
in the upper Aquifer, along with medium to heavy end aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons.
Elevated light end hydrocarbons were not identified.

2.8 Ground Gas

Based upon the information available to date as provided by Delta Simons (Delta Simons, 2013)
and discussed within the Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Desktop Site Appraisal (Ramboll,
2016) the site is indicated to be a Characteristic Situation 2 site. The site wide programme of
ground gas monitoring undertaken between 2007 and 2008 identified elevated concentrations of
methane and carbon dioxide, as well as depleted oxygen. Adjacent ground gas monitoring of Plot
S5 undertaken in 2015 identified elevated methane concentrations.

2.9 Summary of the Conceptual Site Model

The Zone 2 Ground Contamination Assessment by Delta Simons (Delta Simons, 2013) contained
a Conceptual Site Model for the proposed development site. This was further refined specific to
Plot S4 as part of the Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Desktop Site Appraisal (Ramboll,
2016). The plausible pollutant linkages of significance to piling works adopted from the Desk
Study are contained in Table 2.2 below.

Table 2.2: Summary of Plausible Pollutant Linkages in Relation to Piling Works

Source Pathway Receptor Risk


Soil Impacts

Land Raise / Made Direct contact with potentially Construction Workers Moderate / Low *
Ground contaminated soils
(Soil Ingestion and inhalation of Construction Workers Moderate / Low *
contamination) soils, dusts and vapours Adjacent Site Users Moderate / Low *
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Source Pathway Receptor Risk


Land Raise / Made Ingestion and inhalation of Construction Workers Moderate / Low *
Ground soils, fibres and dusts Adjacent Site Users Moderate / Low *
(ACM – Chrysotile
free fibres)
Groundwater Impacts

Groundwater Groundwater leaching and Secondary Aquifers Moderate / Low


(Upper and Lower migration (Alluvium and River
Aquifer) Terrace Deposits)
Principal Aquifers Moderate / Low
(Thanet Sands and
Upper Chalk
Subgroup)
Vertical and lateral migration Surface Waters Low
Ground Gas Impacts

Hazardous Ground Accumulation and inhalation Construction Workers Moderate *


Gas of hazardous ground gases
and vapours Future Site Users Moderate / Low

Adjacent site users Moderate / Low

Property Moderate / Low

Notes
Assessment completed assuming site in current condition. Should site levels be altered during development, a
reassessment would be required.
* The risks to construction workers and adjacent site users will be reduced to Low on the assumption that the
contractor will deal with all risks based on the hazards identified within this report and revised according to
ground conditions encountered during any on-site activities. The Contractor will be responsible for managing
site environmental and health and safety procedures including provision of PPE, education of the workforce
and inductions for all site staff and visitors.
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3. PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT
3.1 Proposed Development

The proposed development at IQL Building S4 comprises a 22-storey commercial building with a
single level of basement providing predominantly office space with a small area of retail space at
ground floor. The single level of basement occupies a significant portion of the building footprint
and is used for building services plant and storage.

Proposed development drawings are contained in the Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners drawings
submission.

3.2 Proposed Piling Methodology

The development is proposed to be founded on approximately 200 No. Continuous Flight Auger
(CFA) bearing piles and will be comprised of 900mm and 750mm diameter piles up to 27m in
length that will terminate 2m into the Thanet Sands (at approximate level of -17 mOD). The
basement retaining wall is likely to comprise a contiguous wall and will be constructed of 900mm
diameter contiguous CFA piles up to 27m in length when loaded with superstructure column or
15m when just retaining, terminating into the Upnor Formation (at an approximate level of -13
mOD).
This is subject to detailed design by the piling contractor.

The piling general arrangement is shown on Ramboll Drawings TIQ-S-RAM-S4-LFD-DR-06-097.


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4. PILING RISK ASSESSMENT


4.1 General

The Piling Risk Assessment has been undertaken in accordance with guidance by the
Environment Agency, namely, Piling and Penetrative Ground Improvement Methods on Land
Affected by Contamination: Guidance on Pollution Prevention NC/99/73 (EA, 2001). In particular
this risk assessment refers to the six pollution scenarios detailed within NC/99/73 which are
summarised in Table 4.1.

Table 4.1: Generic Pollution Scenarios

Scenario Details
1 Creating of preferential pathways through a low permeability layer (an aquitard) to
allow potential contamination of an aquifer.
2 Creation of preferential pathways through a low permeability surface layer to allow
migration of landfill gas, soil gas or vapours to surface.
3 Direct contact of site workers and others with contaminated soil arisings that have
been brought to the surface.
4 Direct contact of the piles of engineered structures with contaminated soil or
leachate causing degradation of pile materials.
5 Driving of solid contaminants down to an aquifer during pile driving.
6 Contamination of groundwater and subsequently surface waters by wet concrete,
cement paste or grout.

4.2 Risk Assessment

The piling risk assessment for the International Quarter London Building S4 is contained within
Table 4.2 Risk estimation has been undertaken in line with guidance provided by the NHBC and
Environment Agency (NHBC/EA, 2008).

Table 4.2: Piling Risk Assessment for IQL Building S4

Pollution Scenario Source (S) Comment


Pathway (P)
Receptor (R)
Creation of S Contaminated Risk: Low
preferential pathways Made Ground
through a low The proposed piling method is CFA which is a
permeability layer (an P Pile / soil non-displacement method of piling.
aquitard) to allow interface Theoretically, any disturbance to the ground is
potential R Secondary and minimal and there should be no formation of
contamination of an Principal preferential pathways, as the concrete is cast in
aquifer. Aquifers intimate contact with the surrounding soil.

Creation of S Soil Gas / Risk: Low


preferential Vapours
pathways, through a The proposed development will likely incorporate
low permeability gas protection measures in line with the
surface layer, to allow P Pile / soil requirements of a Characteristic Situation 2 site
migration of landfill interface (subject to confirmation following the site
gas, soil gas or investigation). This will include a suspended floor
vapours to surface. slab and potentially a proprietary 1200g gas
membrane with all joints and penetrations
R Buildings, sealed. Additionally the creation of any new
Construction pathways will be minimal due to the CFA piling
Workers and technique.
End Users
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Pollution Scenario Source (S) Comment


Pathway (P)
Receptor (R)
Direct contact of site S Contaminated Risk: Low
workers and others Made Ground
with contaminated CFA piling results in the generation of arising at
soil arisings that have the surface which could include potentially
been brought to the P Direct Contact contaminative material (including asbestos).
surface. and Inhalation Arisings from piles that penetrate the engineered
and Ingestion of cells may bring contaminants to the surface.
Dust
Health and safety precautions e.g. method
R Construction statements, person protective equipment (PPE)
Workers and respiratory protective equipment (RPE) will
be adopted by the contractor during piling works.

Any contaminated arisings will be stockpiled then


disposed off-site at a suitably licensed facility
under an appropriate duty of care.
Direct contact of the S Contaminants in Risk: Low
piles or engineered Soils and
structures with Groundwater Aggressive ground conditions will be established
contaminated soil or P Direct Contact following the results of the site investigation.
leachate causing and Aggressive However, based on knowledge of surrounding
degradation of pile Attack sites and existing information, it is anticipated
materials. R Below Ground that the aggressive ground conditions and below
Structures i.e. ground concrete will be designed to design
Piles. sulphate (DS) and aggressive concrete
environment classifications (ACEC) of DS-3 and
AC-3.
The driving of solid S Contaminated Risk: Low
contaminants down Made Ground
into an aquifer during P Pile / soil Proposed piling method is CFA which is a non-
pile driving. interface displacement method of piling.
R Secondary and
Principal
Aquifers
Contamination of S Construction Risk: Low
groundwater, and Materials
subsequently, surface P Migration via The site is located within a Groundwater Source
waters by wet permeable Protection Zone and piles are proposed to extend
concrete, cement strata beneath groundwater levels within the upper and
paste or grout. R Groundwater lower Aquifers. Whilst the risk of contamination
cannot be discounted the impact is assessed as
low as both concrete and grout have low mobility
potential.
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5. CONCLUSIONS
The foundation solution for IQL Building S4 is proposed to comprise approximately 200 No. CFA
piles. Pile diameters will be between 900mm and 750mm diameter and up to 27m in length,
terminating in the Thanet Sands, with the basement retaining wall being formed by
approximately 237No CFA contiguous piles of 900mm and up to 27m in length.

As part of this assessment a number of potential adverse environmental impacts have been
considered and assessed on a qualitative basis. The overall risks associated with the proposed
foundation works are considered to be low and the use of CFA piles is considered appropriate for
the ground conditions at the site.
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6. REFERENCES

• Delta Simons. 2007. Site Wide Ground Resources and Remediation Strategy ref 06.3245.02.

• Delta Simons. 2013. Zone 2 Ground Contamination Assessment Ground Contamination ref
09-3212.04.

• Environment Agency. 2001. Piling and Penetrative Ground Improvement Methods on Land
Affected by Contamination: Guidance on Pollution Prevention ref NC/99/73.

• NHBC and Environment Agency 2008. Guidance for the Safe Development of Housing on Land
Affected by Contamination. R&D Publication 66: 2008.

• Ramboll. 2016. Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Desktop Site Appraisal ref TIQ-S-RAM-
S4-XXX-RP-00-002

• Ramboll. 2016. Piling Specification ref TIQ-G-RAM-S4-XXX-SP-00-002.

• Ramboll. 2016. Stage 2 Report ref TIQ-S-RAM-S4-XXX-RP-00-004.


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APPENDIX 1
DRAWINGS
A1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R COPYRIGHT RAMBOLL UK LIMITED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS
DOCUMENT IS ISSUED FOR THE PARTY WHO COMMISSIONED IT AND FOR
THE SPECIFIC PURPOSES CONNECTED WITH THE PROJECT ONLY. IT
SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON BY ANY OTHER PARTY OR USED FOR ANY
4No. PILES ASSUMED OTHER PURPOSE. RAMBOLL ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY
WHICH MAY ARISE FROM RELIANCE OR USE OF THIS DOCUMENT OR THE
FOR TOWER CRANE DATA CONTAINED HEREIN BY ANY OTHER PARTY OR FOR ANY OTHER
1 BASE T.B.C. BY OTHERS PURPOSE.

Notes
1. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING
EXISTING HV CABLE TO BE
A B C D E F G LOCATED PRIOR TO EXCAVATION 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE MILLIMETRES U.N.O.
OR PILING WORKS ALONG
3. ALL LEVELS ARE IN METRES ABOVE ORDNANCE DATUM U.N.O.
10500 10500 10500 10500 10500 10500 WESTFIELD AVENUE
4. THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.
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13.99

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14.34
12.68 12.93 13.05 14.56 14.63

14.54
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13.98

14.49
14.45
14.41
KEY TO PILES:
DENOTES 750Ø CFA PILE
12.63 12.95 13.23 13.56 13.85 14.04 14.18 14.34 14.37
14.50 14.66 14.71 14.75 TOTAL No. 11
12.73 14.56 14.63

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12.37 13.24
DENOTES 900Ø CFA PILE
900Ø CONTIGUOUS TOTAL No. 192
14.89 CFA PILES

900Ø CONTIGUOUS
3 SITE BOUNDARY DENOTES TOWER CRANE
14.93
KEY TO HEALTH AND SAFETY SYMBOLS
PILES BY OTHERS

CFA PILES
14.85
7500

CP001 CP002 ASSUMED TOTAL No. 12


CP005 CP003 CP004
DENOTES 900Ø CFA PILE COMPULSORY ACTION REQUIRED
900Ø CONTIGUOUS CONTIGUOUS WALL
CP006 CP007 CP009 CP008
CFA PILES TOTAL No. 237
CP010 CP011 CP012 CP013
2 CP014 CP015
FOR INFORMATION
CP017 CP016
4 CP018 CP019 CP020 CP021
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CP024 CP022 CP023 PILE ARISINGS RISK OF
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JAPANESE KNOTWEED FOR SITE CONSTRAINTS AND WARNING OF A RESIDUAL RISK


SOURCES OF INFORMATION REFER TO
CP025 CP026 CP027 CP028 CP029 CP030 CP031 CP032 CP033 CP034 DWG No. TIQ-S-RAM-S4-XXX-DR-06-090

CP035 CP036 CP037 CP038 CP039 CP040 CP041 CP042 5


3 CP043 CP044 CP045 CP046 CP047 CP048 CP049 CP050 CP051 CP052
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PILE CAPACITY AND LAYOUT BASED EXISTING SERVICES KEY:


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CP053 CP054 CP055 CP056 CP057 CP058 CP059 CP060 ON ASSUMPTION THAT A PRELIMINARY
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PILE TEST IS CARRIED OUT PRIOR TO LV/HV CABLES
14 CP061 CP062 CP063 CP064 CP065 CP066 CP067 CP068 CP069 CP070

900Ø CONTIGUOUS
CONSTRUCTION FOUL WATER SEWER
9000

CFA PILES
STORM WATER SEWER
CP071 CP072 CP073 CP074 CP075 CP076 CP077 CP078 CP079 CP080
GAS
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1 FOR PILE SCHEDULE REFER TO DWG
CP186 15
POTABLE WATER
CP081 CP082 CP083 CP084 CP085 CP086 CP087 CP088 No. TIQ-S-RAM-S4-XXX-DR-06-090
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CP089 CP090 CP091 CP092 CP093 CP094 CP095 CP096 CP097 CP098
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NEW HV CABLE TO BE CP099 CP100 CP101 CP102 CP103 CP104 CP105 CP106 15 LANDLORD COMMS
CP107 CP108 CP109 CP110 CP111 CP112 CP113 CP114 CP115 CP116
900Ø CONTIGUOUS

IDENTIFIED PRIOR TO PILING


TOWER CRANE BASES SHOWN FOR
9000

CFA PILES

INFORMATION ONLY – THESE ARE S4 REDLINE PLANNING


BOUNDARY
CP117 CP118 CP119 CP120 CP121 CP122 CP123 CP124 CP125 CP126 TEMPORARY INSTALLATIONS AND
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ARE SHOWN FOR CONTEXTUAL
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15 CP187 PURPOSES ONLY AND DO NOT
CP127 CP128 CP129 CP130 CP131 CP132 CP133 CP134 CP135 CP136 CP137 CP138 CP139 CP140 CP141 CP142 CP143 REQUIRE PLANNING PERMISSION.
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CP144 CP145 CP146 CP147 CP148 CP149 CP150 CP151 CP152 CP153 CP154 CP155 CP156 CP157 CP158 CP159 CP160
15 SUBJECT TO CONSULTATION WITH
LONDON CITY AIRPORT, THE
DETAILS OF WHICH ARE SUBJECT
9000

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PURSUANT TO CONDITIONS X OF
8 CP188
CP161 CP162 CP163 CP164 CP165 CP166 CP167 CP168 CP169 CP170 THE STRATFORD CITY OUTLINE
6 900Ø CONTIGUOUS PLANNING PERMISSION (REF:
P02 RMA ISSUE JM 24/06
CFA PILES 10/90641/EXTODA KJ 2016

900Ø CONTIGUOUS
CP171 CP172 CP173 CP174 CP175 CP176 CP177 CP178 CP179 CP180 JM
P01 RMA ISSUE DRAFT 17/06

CFA PILES
KJ 2016
9000

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900Ø CONTIGUOUS
CFA PILES
CP211 CP210
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10 DIMENSIONS OF THE PILING AND Masterplan
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CP181 CP182
SUBSTRUCTURE WORKS ARE
SUBJECT TO ON-GOING DESIGN
8 CP189 CP190 CP191 CP192
DEVELOPMENT. THIS MAY ALTER THE S1
S2
S4 S5
S6
S7 S8

CP183 SEQUENCE OF WORKS FOR


CP197 CP198 CP199 CP200 INSTALLATION OF SERVICES TO PILING DESIGN IN TERMS OF PILE S11
BE CORDINATED WITH PILING S10 S9
4No. PILES ASSUMED CP184 CP185 NUMBERS AND CONSEQUENTIAL
FOR TOWER CRANE 5
IMPACT ON SUBSTRUCTURE WORKS.
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Purpose of Issue

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TIQ-S-RAM-S4-LFD-DR-06-097. P02
A1 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R COPYRIGHT RAMBOLL UK LIMITED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS
DOCUMENT IS ISSUED FOR THE PARTY WHO COMMISSIONED IT AND FOR
THE SPECIFIC PURPOSES CONNECTED WITH THE PROJECT ONLY. IT
SHOULD NOT BE RELIED UPON BY ANY OTHER PARTY OR USED FOR ANY
OTHER PURPOSE. RAMBOLL ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY
WHICH MAY ARISE FROM RELIANCE OR USE OF THIS DOCUMENT OR THE
DATA CONTAINED HEREIN BY ANY OTHER PARTY OR FOR ANY OTHER
1 PURPOSE.

Notes
1. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING

A B C D E F G 2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE MILLIMETRES U.N.O.

3. ALL LEVELS ARE IN METRES ABOVE ORDNANCE DATUM U.N.O.


10500 10500 10500 10500 10500 10500
4. THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.

TC10
1
3 INDICATIVE LOCATION OF
TOWER CRANE BASE PC16 PILE ARISINGS RISK OF KEY TO HEALTH AND SAFETY SYMBOLS
JAPANESE KNOTWEED
7500

COMPULSORY ACTION REQUIRED

2
TOF +9.800 m FOR INFORMATION

4 PC08A
TOF +9.800 m
9000

PC70
FOR SITE CONSTRAINTS AND WARNING OF A RESIDUAL RISK
SOURCES OF INFORMATION REFER TO
PC08A PC08A DWG No. TIQ-S-RAM-S4-XXX-DR-06-090

3
5 FOR PROPOSED DRAINAGE LAYOUT
REFER TO DWG No. TIQ-C-RAM-S4-
TOF +8.400 m TOF +8.800 m
TOF +9.800 m XXX-DR-06-400
9000

TOF +13.450 m PC08A PC08A


TOWER CRANE BASES SHOWN FOR
PC01 INFORMATION ONLY – THESE ARE
6
4 TEMPORARY INSTALLATIONS AND
ARE SHOWN FOR CONTEXTUAL
TOF +8.400 m TOF +8.800 m
PURPOSES ONLY AND DO NOT
REQUIRE PLANNING PERMISSION.
9000

THEIR PRECISE LOCATION WILL BE


TOF +13.450 m
SUBJECT TO CONSULTATION WITH
PC08A PC06 PC06 PC06 PC08A
LONDON CITY AIRPORT, THE
PC01 DETAILS OF WHICH ARE SUBJECT
7 5 TO A SEPARATE APPLCIATION FOR
THE APPROVAL OF DETAILS
TOF +8.400 m
PURSUANT TO CONDITIONS X OF
TOF +8.400 m TOF +9.800 m TOF +8.800 m TOF +8.800 m INDICATES PILES TO THE STRATFORD CITY OUTLINE
9000

EXTEND 15m DEPTH PLANNING PERMISSION (REF:


ONLY [TYPICAL]
10/90641/EXTODA
TOF +13.450 m PC08A PC06 PC06

8 PC01
6
P02 RMA ISSUE JM 24/06
KJ 2016
TC9 P01 RMA ISSUE DRAFT JM 17/06
TOF +8.400 m TOF +9.800 m
TOF +8.400 m KJ 2016
REV DESCRIPTION BY DATE
9000

CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE AND


METHOD STATEMENTS FOR INDICATIVE LOCATION OF Brought to you by
BASEMENT EXCAVATION TO BE TOWER CRANE BASE
SUBMITTED AND APROVED PRIOR
9 TC11 TO EXCAVATION COMMENCING

7
PC02 PC03A PC02
INDICATIVE LOCATION OF TOF +13.850 m TOF +13.850 m
TOWER CRANE BASE
9000

TOF +13.650 m TOF +13.850 m


TOF +13.650 m TOF +13.650 m THE PRECISE LOCATION AND
PC05
10
PC04A PC04A
DIMENSIONS OF THE PILING AND Masterplan
SUBSTRUCTURE WORKS ARE
SUBJECT TO ON-GOING DESIGN S7 S8
8 DEVELOPMENT. THIS MAY ALTER THE S1
S2
S4 S5
S6

PILING DESIGN IN TERMS OF PILE S11


S10 S9
NUMBERS AND CONSEQUENTIAL
IMPACT ON SUBSTRUCTURE WORKS.
SUCH CHANGES ARE CONSIDERED TO
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BE DE MINIMIS
Building S4
Key Plan

S4 REDLINE PLANNING BOUNDARY

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13 RC PILECAP SCHEDULE Drawing Title

SIZE/DESCRIPTION MEMBER SIZE GENERAL ARRANGEMENT


MEMBER REF WIDTH LENGTH DEPTH MATERIAL/SPEC FOUNDATION PLAN
PC01 750Ø RC 1-PILE CAP 1050 1050 2000 Insitu Concrete
PC02 900Ø RC 2-PILE CAP 1200 6600 2000 Insitu Concrete
Purpose of Issue
PC03A 900Ø RC 2-PILE CAP 1200 6600 2000 Insitu Concrete
PC04A 900Ø RC 4A-PILE CAP 3300 3300 2000 Insitu Concrete PLANNING
PC05 900Ø RC 5-PILE CAP 5020 5020 2000 Insitu Concrete Drawing Date Scale @ A1
Checked by

14 PC06 900Ø RC 6-PILE CAP 3900 6600 2000 Insitu Concrete


PC08A 900Ø RC 8A-PILE CAP 3600 9300 2000 Insitu Concrete
JUNE 2016 1 : 200 KJ
PC16 900Ø RC 16-PILE CAP 7925 8600 2000 Insitu Concrete Drawing Number Revision
PC70 900Ø RC 70-PILE CAP 18200 27420 1750 Insitu Concrete
TIQ-S-RAM-S4-LFD-DR-06-098. P02
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DOCUMENT IS ISSUED FOR THE PARTY WHO COMMISSIONED IT AND FOR
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DATA CONTAINED HEREIN BY ANY OTHER PARTY OR FOR ANY OTHER
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Notes
1. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING

2. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE MILLIMETRES U.N.O.

3. ALL LEVELS ARE IN METRES ABOVE ORDNANCE DATUM U.N.O.


23 45 82 04 95 49 46 23 37
0. 68 0. 1. 49 1. 2. 81 08 4. 32 46 66 68
1 0. 0. 1 1 1. 1 1 3. 3. 4. 1 4. 4. 4. 4. 4.
1 1 1 1
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4. THIS DRAWING IS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL RELEVANT
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.

WESTFIELD AVENUE
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EXISTING SERVICES KEY:

14.42
12.17

13.99

14.18

14.34
11.66 12.68 12.93 13.05 14.56 14.63 14.69 14.72 14.79 14.80

14.54
13.49

14.19
PRE BASEMENT

12.02

13.98

14.49
42 14.41 14.45
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WORKS UTILITIES
11.2
10.98
12.02 12.37 12.63 12.95 13.23 13.56 13.85 14.04 14.18 14.34 14.37 POST BASEMENT
4
11.5 WORKS UTILITIES
11.12 S4 REDLINE PLANNING
4 BOUNDARY

EXISTING STITCH
BOUNDARY (PHASE 1)
PROPOSED STITCH
BOUNDARY (PHASE 2)

08 09
5. 5.
1 1
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REFERENCE DOCUMENTS:
93 25
4. 5. 30
1 1
1
5. S4 ADVANCED UTILITIES EXTENSION PROPOSED
COMBINED UTILITIES GENERAL ARRANGEMENT:
6 TIQ-C-BH-SW-XXX-DR-90-407 REV T01 BY BURO HAPPOLD

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TIQ ZONE TOPOGRAPHICAL SURVEY DRAWING:
5.
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0313-TIQ-1657 REV B DATED 22-04-13 BY AVION MAA
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GROUND LEVEL PLAN:
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S2 S4 1
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S5 CTRL BOMB SURVEY INFORMATION DRAWING:


200-DRG-00000-S0005-AA PRODUCED BY RLE

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P02 RMA ISSUE JM 24/06
04 KJ 2016
5.
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P01 RMA ISSUE DRAFT JM 17/06
89 98
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CONSTRAINTS PLAN
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Purpose of Issue

PLANNING
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Drawing Date Scale @ A1
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JUNE 2016 1 : 250 KJ
Drawing Number Revision

TIQ-S-RAM-S4-XXX-DR-06-090. P02