Clearing the way and delivering recycled aggregates
This Summer, MCM have been involved in the site preparation and supply of aggregates for an ambitious project in Central London. The new boarding house at St Paul’s Cathedral School will be taking shape from Summer 2019 in a project that aims to be completed in 18 months’ time.
Playspace and public open space
The new Chorister boarding house will replace the nave of St Augustine’s Church, linking the Grade I listed Tower with the house. Rebuilt to Christopher Wren’s design in the 17th century after a fire and then bombed in World War II, the Wren tower is all that remains of the church. The new boarding house will include new classrooms and brand new play space as well as public space across the courtyard between the school and the Cathedral itself.
Central London, limited access
MCM have to contend with the delicate nature of the location and the tight access for vehicles loading and offloading. Removing over 50 loads of non-hazardous waste, clean concrete and clean tarmac in the coming months, the emphasis will then switch for MCM to the delivery of recycled aggregates on 8 wheelers in preparation for the build. On what is a very busy site and junction, the MCM project team are managing delivery times and site access very carefully to ensure minimal disruption and maximum efficiencies throughout the project development. Find out more about MCM’s waste removal services from your site here.