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We have gained an enviable reputation in the Mixed-Use sector, for being able to deliver the complex requirements of many successful developments. Many of these projects are residentially led, with a wide range of structural materials considered to achieve large open spaces below the accommodation. We have found that different approaches are appropriate depending on the value and importance of the lower level uses. Often long span transfer structures are adopted though sometimes large spans can be developed at upper floors with the use of alternative construction techniques such as post tensioning.

On a very complex project, such as the Tally Ho development in Finchley, a range of different structural solutions were appropriate. This ambitious development needed to provide residential, retail, leisure and educational uses as well as a bus garage. Amongst the great variety of materials and techniques we used to achieve this projects were big steel plate girders, timber and steel, to name but a few.

We have also been asked to collaborate with developers in this sector to identify a range of structural solutions for mixed-use developments. In one such instance we worked with Tesco to develop their ‘Model Solution Document’ for their future residential led stores. We were able to help them examine preferred apartment layouts, store and car parking layouts, interfaces, servicing and maintenance.

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Mixed-use Projects

The Stage

The Stage is nestled in one of London’s trendiest areas. Walsh was proud to work on the 250,000sq ft site, which includes residential, office,...

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Brentford Football Club Residential

Walsh provided expert advice to guide the client team through the complicated and lengthy statutory approvals during the planning process. This...

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Prince of Wales Drive

Walsh’s clever value engineering of the initial design removed the need for complex and expensive temporary works, providing significant cost and...

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Camden Lock Village, London

Using our expertise in modern methods of construction (MMC), Walsh are helping this high profile regeneration project to provide commercial, retail,...

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Woolwich Central, London

This versatile concrete frame development is a significant step forward in the regeneration of Woolwich and demonstrated the difference that value...

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Hale Village, London

A visually impressive student housing development incorporating a large cantilever feature and using lightweight modules and modern methods of...

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Embassy Gardens,Phases 1, 2 & 3

This prestigious development consists of six housing blocks to date with diverse architectural features. Walsh were uniquely placed to design an...

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