Jempson's the independent family run Grocers wanted to extend their business on their existing site in Peasmarsh, East Sussex. A decade earlier soil nails had been used in the site construction for the original store and soil nails were again the solution to stabilise the large excavated faces formed when extending further into the sloping site.
Tesco has commenced work on a £20M development which will add to the existing facilities of Hemsworth, a small town in Yorkshire. The supermarket giant is building a 57,000ft² store in addition to a new bus station, library and school.
This project required a cut and fill exercise to maximise the amount of developable area, and from an early stage in the project Phi Group assisted site developers Morbaine Limited with the design of the retaining structures to achieve this.
Andacrib was used to enable the Client to cut into the site and increase the footprint at the proposed building. Andacrib is ideal in these 'industrial' situation where vehicular access for HGV is needed.