Bouygues Canning - Precast Conrete Flooring

Bouygues Canning Town Centre – Precast Concrete Flooring

Value Engineering properties of Flood Super Wideslab® provide benefit to our customer.




Flood Precast are very pleased to be finally delivering precast concrete flooring elements to top French Contractor Bouygues £600m redevelopment of Canning town centre, London. The first phase of which comprises 179 residential units and a 7,900 sq m ASDA supermarket.

Flood Precast became involved at early design stage when we were asked by Bouygues to assist in rationalising the design of precast concrete flooring for the basement car park and ASDA supermarket floor.

We became involved in the project two years ago of the basement car park and ASDA supermarket floor. The outcome for the 7.5m grid is a composite design using our Flood Super Wideslab® sitting onto our Semi precast beams to construct precast concrete flooring.

Value Engineering and Flood Precast:

We here at Flood Precast promote Value Engineering using BIM we focuses on eliminating waste from processes and aims to represent value to our customers.

So where’s the value for Bouygues? Well we’ve collectively managed to;
• Reduce the structural floor zones.
• Provide a high quality concrete finish.
• Dramatically reduce construction program time.

The key to this project has undoubtedly been the hand and glove relationship which exists between the design teams at both Flood Precast and Bouygues coupled with military style logistical pre-planning and execution.

For more information on Flood Precast Flood Super Wideslab® contact our team at

John O'Connor

John joined Flood Precast in 1996. He served as a Senior Manager in all areas of the business, and is currently General Manager, responsible for the day to day running of Flood Precast. With 25 years’ experience behind him 17 of which have been dedicated to Precast Concrete, Johns focus is on developing a sustainable growth strategy for the business and delivering value for our customers.

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John O'Connor