Project: The Great House, C-SEED TV Well Project
Client: Patterson Dublanc Studio/Cooper Kaufmann (Anguilla) Ltd.
Territory: Mustique Island, Saint Vincent & The Grenadines
Value: US: $650,000.00
Date: September 2015
Services Provided: Driven Sheet Piles/Cofferdam Construction
Scope of work:
Marenco Ltd. were awarded a contract to install a 64 cu.m reinforced concrete TV-Well shaft to house the world’s largest LED television after a previous attempt by another contractor proved unsuccessful.
This project was carried out at a residence and therefore under strict constraints, including restrictions on working periods, minimal impact expected on the surrounding landscape, demanding tolerances, site access issues, minimal access to necessary services and equipment on island, high water table, environmental considerations and cessation of works when artefacts are found during excavation whilst complying with all the necessary statutory regulations provided by the Mustique Company Ltd.
- 201” C’Seed television that emerges from the ground and unfolds
- 4 - 5.00 m ’H’ Beam anchors within a 40 sq.m. sheet piled cofferdam
- 4 high pressure dewatering pumps and turbidity barriers in near shore
- Placed approximately 40 cu.m. of reinforced concrete
Value to client:
All work was completed on time, under budget, to the clients’ satisfaction and while achieving an exceptional safety record of zero incidents.
Marenco was able to adjust to the significant project challenges by working closely with the client’s representative and the engineer of record.