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Parliament Square Construction Updates

The Latest on Parliament Square

See below for all of the Parliament Square construction updates, documenting how this promising Baltic Triangle development is flourishing through its consistent progress.

 

Current Progress

  • Ground infill and levelling now 98% complete
  • Steel frame structure of Block A installed to 25%
  • Floor slab construction commenced

May 2020

Parliament Square has seen great progress made to the basement car park, floor slab construction and Block A’s steel frame structure.

Other activities commenced during this time include further work to ground infill and levelling which is nearly 100% complete, progress to the retaining walls, pre-cast concrete staircases and the installing of easi-edge handrail system.

Summary of Works Progressed

  • Site compound and supplies 90% complete.
  • Significant progress to the steel frame structure on Block A which is 25% complete.
  • Steel reinforcement concrete slab and column structures 35% progressed.
  • Floor slab construction commenced 30%.
  • Further progress to ground infill and levelling which are 98% complete.
  • Retaining walls and concrete beam foundations progressed 60%.
  • Retaining walls and foundations to the basement car park.
  • Pre-cast concrete staircases installed.
  • Metal deck suspended and upper floor materials loaded.
  • Easi-edge handrail system installed.

February 2020

Ground infill is 90% progressed at Parliament Square with piling foundations 100% complete.

The progress at Parliament Square during this construction period has seen the formation of concrete retaining walls and steelwork has been put in place ready for the construction of columns.

Summary of Works Progressed

  • The site compound and temporary supplies are 50% complete with site floodlights and a site washdown cleaning facility now installed.
  • Ground infill and site levelling is nearly completed at 90%.
  • Piling foundations are 100% complete with piled retaining concrete walls formed.
  • Concrete retaining walls have progressed by 10% and service ducts have been formed in the walls. The retaining walls have been waterproofed.
  • Concrete beam foundations have commenced and are 10% complete.
  • Steelwork has been put in place for column construction and concrete pads have been formed to support these columns.
  • The crane pad is under construction.
  • Excavation to the sandstone car park base.

 

Works Scheduled

  • Construction of columns.

November 2019

With demolition complete, construction has begun at Parliament Square in Liverpool and work is progressing nicely.

There has been significant construction activity to the sub-structure and super-structure during the latest period, including the ground being infilled and levelled, and the progress of pilings and concrete foundations.

 

Summary of Works Progressed

• Demolition is now complete.
• Site clearance is 100% complete.
• Trial pit areas were marked out and dug as part of ground investigations.
• The site compound and temporary supplies have progressed by 50%.
• The ground is being infilled and levelled which has made great progress of 80%.
• Pilings and the concrete foundations have progressed by 60%. The pile foundation has formed the retaining wall.
• Reinforced steel cages are on site and prepared.

 

Works Scheduled

• Reinforced steel cages ready to be driven into the pile holes.

August 2019

Parliament Square’s full construction schedule has been confirmed.

In the most recent update from the developer of Parliament Square, we have been informed that the team are now being set up on-site in preparation to commence construction works.

 

Summary of Works Progressed

• Excavation works completed.
• A full schedule has been put in place.

 

Works Scheduled

• Commence the bulk dig involving removing, adding and moving rock and soil around the site to achieve a suitable height for construction.
• Piling with the contiguous walls, a deep foundation part of the groundworks to help form a watertight retaining wall.
• Commence the main groundworks package.
• Concrete frame installation.

May 2019

Work has begun at Parliament Square in Liverpool, with the first construction update showing that the hoarding has been successfully erected around the site.

The area is undergoing various preparations. Extensive site investigations entailing numerous collections of data and reports have now been completed. Excavation has commenced which involves works to the earth, such as trenching and tunnelling underground.

 

Summary of Works Progressed

• The hoarding has been 100% erected.
• 100% of site investigation works have been completed.
• Excavation works have commenced.

 

Works Scheduled

• Completion of excavation works.
• Sewage and drainage work to commence.

2020

May

May 2020

Parliament Square has seen great progress made to the basement car park, floor slab construction and Block A’s steel frame structure.

Other activities commenced during this time include further work to ground infill and levelling which is nearly 100% complete, progress to the retaining walls, pre-cast concrete staircases and the installing of easi-edge handrail system.

Summary of Works Progressed

  • Site compound and supplies 90% complete.
  • Significant progress to the steel frame structure on Block A which is 25% complete.
  • Steel reinforcement concrete slab and column structures 35% progressed.
  • Floor slab construction commenced 30%.
  • Further progress to ground infill and levelling which are 98% complete.
  • Retaining walls and concrete beam foundations progressed 60%.
  • Retaining walls and foundations to the basement car park.
  • Pre-cast concrete staircases installed.
  • Metal deck suspended and upper floor materials loaded.
  • Easi-edge handrail system installed.
February

February 2020

Ground infill is 90% progressed at Parliament Square with piling foundations 100% complete.

The progress at Parliament Square during this construction period has seen the formation of concrete retaining walls and steelwork has been put in place ready for the construction of columns.

Summary of Works Progressed

  • The site compound and temporary supplies are 50% complete with site floodlights and a site washdown cleaning facility now installed.
  • Ground infill and site levelling is nearly completed at 90%.
  • Piling foundations are 100% complete with piled retaining concrete walls formed.
  • Concrete retaining walls have progressed by 10% and service ducts have been formed in the walls. The retaining walls have been waterproofed.
  • Concrete beam foundations have commenced and are 10% complete.
  • Steelwork has been put in place for column construction and concrete pads have been formed to support these columns.
  • The crane pad is under construction.
  • Excavation to the sandstone car park base.

 

Works Scheduled

  • Construction of columns.

2019

November

November 2019

With demolition complete, construction has begun at Parliament Square in Liverpool and work is progressing nicely.

There has been significant construction activity to the sub-structure and super-structure during the latest period, including the ground being infilled and levelled, and the progress of pilings and concrete foundations.

 

Summary of Works Progressed

• Demolition is now complete.
• Site clearance is 100% complete.
• Trial pit areas were marked out and dug as part of ground investigations.
• The site compound and temporary supplies have progressed by 50%.
• The ground is being infilled and levelled which has made great progress of 80%.
• Pilings and the concrete foundations have progressed by 60%. The pile foundation has formed the retaining wall.
• Reinforced steel cages are on site and prepared.

 

Works Scheduled

• Reinforced steel cages ready to be driven into the pile holes.

August

August 2019

Parliament Square’s full construction schedule has been confirmed.

In the most recent update from the developer of Parliament Square, we have been informed that the team are now being set up on-site in preparation to commence construction works.

 

Summary of Works Progressed

• Excavation works completed.
• A full schedule has been put in place.

 

Works Scheduled

• Commence the bulk dig involving removing, adding and moving rock and soil around the site to achieve a suitable height for construction.
• Piling with the contiguous walls, a deep foundation part of the groundworks to help form a watertight retaining wall.
• Commence the main groundworks package.
• Concrete frame installation.

May

May 2019

Work has begun at Parliament Square in Liverpool, with the first construction update showing that the hoarding has been successfully erected around the site.

The area is undergoing various preparations. Extensive site investigations entailing numerous collections of data and reports have now been completed. Excavation has commenced which involves works to the earth, such as trenching and tunnelling underground.

 

Summary of Works Progressed

• The hoarding has been 100% erected.
• 100% of site investigation works have been completed.
• Excavation works have commenced.

 

Works Scheduled

• Completion of excavation works.
• Sewage and drainage work to commence.

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A project in collaboration with Legacie Developments, a company whose previous Reliance House property has proven extremely popular among investors, The Parliament Square apartments will provide some of the highest views available of the Baltic Triangle area, overseeing this surging sector of Liverpool’s growing city.

Offering the growing tenant base some of the most luxurious apartments in the city, the on-site amenities will include a rooftop bar and swimming pool, a cinema room and even a state-of-the-art gym.

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Situated in the Baltic Triangle regeneration area, the Parliament Square development puts tenants right at the heart of one of the best nightlife spots in Liverpool. Named by many as one of the coolest places to live in the country, there is an abundance of top bars, restaurants and music venues within walking distance of the apartments, and the main city centre is also not far away.

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