To underpin the foundations to a stone property which had been undermined by recenty alterations to a neighbouring property. Work was to be carried out in strick acordance to a party wall agrement and in conjuction with two surveyors.
The first job was lift and set aside the natural stone paving which was tobe reinstated at the end of the job. Then we went about digging and concreteing the pins in sequence as detailed in the structural engineers design.
Each pin had to dug and concreted indvidually and dry packed with 75mm of sand and cement before the next pin could be dug. Once All the pin were complete we laid natural stone slab on edge in front of the new expose concrete foundation. We then relaid and pointed the paving to complete the job.
The home owner and neighbour were happy they the job was completed with minimal disturbance to either partie and in accordance with a prior agreement. The home owner was espicaaly please they the job was finally complete after a long search for the right contractor to undertake this particular job.
ATJ undertook an underpinning assignment for me on a traditional Northamptonshire property built circa 1750.
Working to stringent legal access restrictions. The work was completed on time/budget and with agreed minimal interruption to the adjoining property.
I would have no hesitation in recommending them. Quality professional work, an increasing rarity these days.