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Steel creates major south London mixed-use scheme

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Working on behalf of Carey Group, Kiernan Structural Steel has fabricated, supplied and erected 400t of structural steelwork for the London Square mixed-use scheme in Bermondsey.

Based around the former Branston Pickle factory, which ceased production in 2004, the south London scheme will eventually offer residential, commercial and retail space.

A large portion of the new structural steelwork has been erected on top of an existing structure and provides support for metal decking to form new composite floors.

On Unit 7a, Kiernan erected a two-storey upper extension, while on the adjacent Unit 7, three new levels were added to the existing five-storey building.

Elsewhere on the project, structural steelwork has been used to construct Unit 8. This includes a new three-storey building and a link building that includes an atrium roof over the new commercial area, which links Units 8 and 7 together.

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