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33 Grosvenor Place Riser Deck

Originally built in the heart of Belgravia in the 1950’s as the headquarters of an energy company, 33 Grosvenor Place, adjacent to Buckingham Palace, is being transformed into a private medical clinic. Behind a retained façade the core of the building is being entirely reconstructed to accommodate 200 beds and 8 operating theatres.  

Step on Safety were approached to coordinate a complicated service design layout incorporating associated services required in a state of the art heathcare environment, whilst ensuring that riser voids were made safe during construction and into building use. 
 
A combination of engineered solutions were required to accommodate both the use of modular type and large span traditional built service risers.  Step on Safety developed a fully compliant bespoke Riser Strategy for this building. The flexible nature of Step on Safety’s GRP riser grating allowed us to propose our innovative Riserdeck® solution.  Riser voids could then be made safe for all construction users on the site whilst ensuring that the finished riser solution remains functional and safe in the built environment for years to come.

Our complete RiserDeck® GRP composite system allowed the installation to be fabricated to suit on site with no requirement for a hot works permit. Riserdeck, our homogenous 38mm, open mesh, anti slip grating is being utilized across all 88 riser openings and supported with our high strength GRP angle supports.  The Cleveland Clinic project is due for completion in 2020.