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Bachy Soletanche in Epsom Station redevelopment

Specialist geotechnical contractors, Bachy Soletanche, has completed phase 2 of its CFA piling work at Epsom Station in Surrey as part of a £400,000 redevelopment project for main contractor Kier London, and its client Solum Regeneration.

Piling adjacent to live railway lines, 8 crane base piles and working test piles are being used, alongside 378 piles which load up to 1300kN and have a depth of between 20-25m and a 450mm diameter.

The work is part of plans to to replace the existing station with a six storey building containing a new ticket hall, 117 residential flats, a 64-bedroom hotel, room for shops and extra parking spaces.

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