Building work update at the mosque site has been running on schedule. The continuous piles around the basement area and ramp are complete and have been covered with a capping beam. Rain water pipes and stop ends have been cast into the concrete. The reduced level dig commenced on December 7.
Our Mill Road site is a hive of activity again! To continue with their site preparation works our subcontractors are busy setting up cabins, making the boundaries secure, and breaking out the 600mm thick concrete slabs that cover the site. This will facilitate the start of work on the basement at a later date. This … Continue reading Contractors Return To Site
Contractors are back on the Mill Road site this week to establish a proper drainage infrastructure at the front end. New drains will be excavated and built and capped with manhole covers. We are also continuing site investigation works through a series of boreholes elsewhere on the site, which our specialist contractors will be monitoring … Continue reading More Progress on Site!
Our main contractors have spent an active two weeks surveying the site boundaries and clearing the site of all vegetation. Now our site looks larger than ever! Both neighbouring sites along Mill Road are subject to planning applications, so the entire area looks likely to be transformed over the coming months.
As we move towards commencement of the Main Works package for Phase One (basement, perimeter wall and infrastructure), we are back on site with a series of preparatory tasks Following the completion of detailed site investigation works, in September the large steel warehouse was demolished and removed, and work will shortly begin on moving the … Continue reading Site Preparation Works
Following the Trust’s issuing of an Invitation to Tender, the three construction firms shortlisted for the main build of the mosque were invited to offer presentations at a meeting held in Cambridge on June 16. Each contractor was asked to outline its previous project experience, its understanding of the particular challenges of our project, including … Continue reading Main Contractors Interviewed