Convoys Wharf

Deptford Dockyard, London

Convoys Wharf

Background

Herbosch-Kiere was appointed to undertake enabling works for the development of 16.6 hectares of brownfield site at Convoys Wharf, located on the River Thames. The works included the demolition of a redundant loading and unloading pontoon and its associated structures; such as monopiles, a linkspan bridge and sheet pile wall. Specialist marine demolition plant, specialist vessels and marine subcontractors were required for the project, including expert diving teams for the installation of capping beams to the sheet pile wall.

Due to the close proximity of works to elements of historical interest, Herbosch-Kiere was also required to liaise with various stakeholders ranging from Lewisham Borough Council and their conservation team, to the The Port of London Authority.

Our Services

Base Quantum was appointed to provide pre-contract and post-contract commercial management services, including:

  • Procurement of all labour, plant, materials and subcontractors
  • Procurement of specialist marine equipment
  • Monthly budgeting reviews and assessing progress against tender
  • Measuring adverse weather events due to unpredictable working environments
  • Subcontract payment and certification
  • Payment applications and valuations
  • Variation valuation and administration
  • Claims for loss and expense and extension of time
  • Monthly cost and value reconciliations; and
  • Determination of the final account with the client and subcontractors.

Domini Baldwin


Convoys Wharf

Deptford Dockyard, London

Convoys Wharf

Convoys Wharf

Background

Herbosch-Kiere was appointed to undertake enabling works for the development of 16.6 hectares of brownfield site at Convoys Wharf, located on the River Thames. The works included the demolition of a redundant loading and unloading pontoon and its associated structures; such as monopiles, a linkspan bridge and sheet pile wall. Specialist marine demolition plant, specialist vessels and marine subcontractors were required for the project, including expert diving teams for the installation of capping beams to the sheet pile wall.

Due to the close proximity of works to elements of historical interest, Herbosch-Kiere was also required to liaise with various stakeholders ranging from Lewisham Borough Council and their conservation team, to the The Port of London Authority.

Our Services

Base Quantum was appointed to provide pre-contract and post-contract commercial management services, including:

  • Procurement of all labour, plant, materials and subcontractors
  • Procurement of specialist marine equipment
  • Monthly budgeting reviews and assessing progress against tender
  • Measuring adverse weather events due to unpredictable working environments
  • Subcontract payment and certification
  • Payment applications and valuations
  • Variation valuation and administration
  • Claims for loss and expense and extension of time
  • Monthly cost and value reconciliations; and
  • Determination of the final account with the client and subcontractors.

Domini Baldwin


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