Duration: 24 Week Period
This particular project was located at Arundel Great Court (South Site), London, adjacent to Temple Underground station.
Previous investigations had revealed that a post Tudor river wall had existed along the south elevation of the site and that there was also the possibility of a Saxon shore line surviving slightly further north within the site. As a consequence the following works were undertaken to enable Mola to carry out their archaeological excavations.
To enable the archaeological investigations to take place, we designed and constructed two 6m high, 40m long, king post panel retaining walls to the perimeter of the site and installed temporary propping to the existing southern retaining wall.
Scope of Works