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Aarsleff completes piling for Nottingham Science Park

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Aarsleff Ground Engineering has completed the foundations for a new development at the Nottingham Science Park.

For the scheme, Aarsleff used its Junttan PM20 piling rig to drive 201 250mm square precast concrete piles to maximum depths of 11m for a three-storey building.

Aarsleff also carried out vibration and noise monitoring for the piling operations, as well as completing dynamic load testing.

Work started on the 4 March with piling and testing completed by yesterday.

Aarsleff was awarded the first phase of the new development by Willmott Dixon.

Aarsleff graduate engineer Sam Riley, who managed this project, said: “It has been a pleasure to work with Willmott Dixon on another great scheme, with our operations and testing completed within the agreed programme.”

Part of the D2N2 Enterprise Zone, the new buildings of the Nottingham Science Park will become home of the most innovative companies in the region.

Nottingham City Council and D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership created a partnership to develop the 0.51ha site with new facilities and a hub for the wider park.

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