The Inner Temple, London
W&P were introduced to the Client and the project by the Landscape Architect with whom they had previously worked with at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich; a World Heritage Site.
The Inner Temple echoed a similar need for the high specification of traditional materials and workmanship. It also presented similar constraints in terms of environmental protection and working practices.
Wilson & Partners acted as Civil Engineers on all aspects of the project including large areas of new and re-located York stone, Portland stone and granite paving. It also included the construction of surface water drainage improvements and the installation of car charging points and irrigation systems.
Services & Solutions
Continuity of operation within the Inner Temple was essential so working hours were restricted as required by the City of London. W&P therefore identified each element of work in terms of quantum and location and, in association with the Client, compiled a graphical programme for the overall project. This was presented as a series of ‘story board’ drawings in order to identify constraints and minimise disruption to both the Inner Temple occupants and their appointed Contractor.
Project Description | Heritage Hard Landscaping
Client | The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple
Project Timeline | November 2014 to May 2015
Project Value |£750,000