Pall Mall is a critical regeneration scheme for Liverpool city centre. Liverpool City Council acquired the 1.2 hectare site in 2016 to boost the city’s commercial district with much needed Grade A office space. The masterplan for the Pall Mall Scheme compromises 400,000 sq ft of offices, a 280 bedroom hotel, associated retail and leisure amenities, as well as landscaped green space and public realm. In total it is estimated the scheme for the entire 4.2 hectare site would be worth £200 million and create in excess of 1,000 jobs. We are proud to be involved with this scheme working alongside Willmott Dixon as a Category A contractor.
Scope of works
Our programme of works consisted of a four week enabling works schedule followed by a 20 week main remediation programme. Our works consisted of full site remediation including a largescale cut and fill exercise, obstruction removal and management of extensive on site contamination, in line with the the agreed Materials Management Plan.
• Site welfare enabling works
• Temporary footpaths
• Removal and reinstatement of existing NCP car park bays
• Trial hole excavations
• Site clearance – 12000m2
• Excavate all made ground to natural strata – 30000m3
• Segregate, stockpile and process made ground for reuse on site – 13000m3
• Break and excavate hard materials – 1715m3
• Demolish Prussia Street Subway
• Demolish Pall Mall wall