SDS Design Engineers Temporary Works

| WHAT ARE TEMPORARY WORKS AND WHY DO WE NEED THEM?

Temporary works are the elements of construction that are required to facilitate the construction of the permanent works and will, most often, be removed once construction is complete.

Temporary works can take the form of lateral support to an excavation, steel or aluminium access platforms, scaffolding, formwork, falsework, site hoarding, reinforcing bar cages, etc.

BS 5975:2019 Code of practice for temporary works procedures and the permissible stress design falsework defines temporary works (TW) as:

“those parts of the works that allow or enable the construction of protecting, support or provide access to the permanent works and might or might not remain in place at the completion of the works”.

Temporary works are often critical to safety – the consequences of failure can be high.  The construction industry does not learn from its mistakes, often repeating them resulting in the same outcome; death or injury to site workers.

| SDS TEMPORARY WORKS DESIGNS

  • Temporary Works Management
  • Hoardings
  • Crane Bases
  • Formwork
  • Falsework
  • Striking
  • Backpropping
  • Temporary Accommodation
  • Top-Down Construction
  • Sheet Piling
  • Cofferdams
  • Basement Propping
  • Underpinning

 

  • Façade Retention
  • Retaining Walls
  • Slope Stability
  • Geotechnics
  • Working Platforms
  • Crane Mats
  • Voided Slabs (Permanent Works Item)
  • Dilapidation Surveys
  • Temporary Foundations
  • Haul Roads and Temporary Footpaths
  • Temporary Drainage (Welfare)
  • Construction Sequencing
  • Utilising Permanent Works in the Temporary condition
  • Groundwork

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Temporary Works Offerings

Goldcrest Studios, London by Structural Design Solutions

Goldcrest Studio London

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Trinity College Dublin

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Worple Road

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Dublin City Council