The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 78 (2000) > Issues > Issue 19 > Construction of a Deep Basement at 105-109 Park Road, London NW8
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Construction of a Deep Basement at 105-109 Park Road, London NW8

The basement excavation was 43m long x 18m wide x 9m deep with lift pit to 13m. Bounded by a London Underground tunnel with sewer under, a British Rail boundary wall, a piled adjacent building, and an access close, it was constructed within temporary works with tight restrictions on movements. S.P. Marchand