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Malachy Walsh and Partners have been involved in many sensitive temporary work designs on bridges, marine developments and both commercial and residential projects. These have included six storey façade retentions; three level basement excavations and the temporary supports to the upper floors of buildings while the internal supports at ground are removed to open up the area for retail purposes.

The firm was responsible for the design of all the temporary works associated with the demolition of the U.K.’s Department of Environment Offices in London. These included three 20 storey tower blocks, which was the largest single demolition project in recent years in London. The firm also has extensive experience in below ground works including shafts (up to 20m deep); headings (up to 300m long) and coffer dams.

Project: Canary Wharf, UK
Client: Murphy and Sons Ltd.
Cost: unavailable
Completion Date: February 2009

Project: High Holborn, London, WC1V
Client: John F. Hunt
Cost: £4.0M
Completion Date: December 2006

Project: Rolls and Arnold House, London
Client: McGee
Cost: £4.0M
Completion Date: December 2008

Project: 32-33 Sloane Square, London, SW1
Client: Sindall Construction

Project: 47 - 50 New Bond Street
Client: McGee
Cost: £30M

Project: Carlton House, London, SW1
Client: J. Coffey Construction
Cost: £60M

Project: City University Business School, Bunhill Row, EC1
Client: ASME

Project: Finsbury Circus, EC2
Client: Bovis Lendlease and Prudential properties

Project: Selfridges, Oxford street, London W1
Client: Bovis

Project: The Crown Cricklewood, London, NW2
Client: Ardmore Construction

Project: Marsham street, SW1
Client: Brown and Mason
Cost: unavailable

Project: Esso Glen, SW1

Project: 311 - 318 High Holborn, EC1
Client: Ebble Developments and John F. Hunt
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