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Choose from 25 pictures in our Teamwork collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Reactor building  JLP01_11_53921_06
Reactor building JLP01_11_53921_06
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Reactor building  JLP01_11_53920_10
Reactor building JLP01_11_53920_10
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Celebration JLP01_09_781626
Celebration JLP01_09_781626
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Catering supplies JLP01_08_053299
Catering supplies JLP01_08_053299
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Team photo JLP01_09_801064
Team photo JLP01_09_801064
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Pouring concrete  JLP01_08_054406
Pouring concrete JLP01_08_054406
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Minaret construction team JLP01_09_753519
Minaret construction team JLP01_09_753519
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Moving concrete slabs JLP01_08_096704
Moving concrete slabs JLP01_08_096704
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Fitters JLP01_08_096701
Fitters JLP01_08_096701
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Outfall team JLP01_08_096698
Outfall team JLP01_08_096698
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Team spirit JLP01_08_055248c
Team spirit JLP01_08_055248c
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Asphalt base course JLP01_08_055058
Asphalt base course JLP01_08_055058
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Minaret construction team JLP01_09_753519 Featured Print

Minaret construction team JLP01_09_753519

London Central Mosque and The Islamic Cultural Centre, Park Road, Regent's Park, City of Westminster, Greater London. The site team at the London Central Mosque stood in front of the minaret on the penultimate day of the slipforming operation.
The minaret of the London Central Mosque was constructed using a slipforming technique, in which concrete is poured into a continuously moving form. The form is raised at a rate that allows the concrete to harden and emerge from the form maintaining its shape. The minaret was formed in two concentric cylinders, with a lift located in the central area and a spiral staircase between the two walls. The concrete for the 43 metre high minaret was poured in 10 days from the 15th - 25th September 1975. The site team worked in 12-hour long day and night shifts, six days a week, to achieve this

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Teamwork JLP01_08_080287
Teamwork JLP01_08_080287
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Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008092
Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008092
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Mobile canteen at Coryton Refinery JLP01_08_008088a
Mobile canteen at Coryton Refinery JLP01_08_008088a
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Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008085
Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008085
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Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008084
Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008084
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Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008073
Coryton flood response 1953 JLP01_08_008073
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Tamping JLP01_167_07
Tamping JLP01_167_07
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Cutting reinforcing rods JLP01_065_33
Cutting reinforcing rods JLP01_065_33
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Caisson construction JLP01_01_063_51
Caisson construction JLP01_01_063_51
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Coryton Refinery JLP01_09_802343
Coryton Refinery JLP01_09_802343
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CIS Building Manchester JLP01_08_062064
CIS Building Manchester JLP01_08_062064
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Laing workers Manchester JLP01_08_058576
Laing workers Manchester JLP01_08_058576
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Tamping JLP01_167_07 Featured Print

Tamping JLP01_167_07

CORYTON OIL REFINERY, THURROCK, ESSEX. A group of workmen operating a 46ft long tamper during the construction of a 92ft diameter tank base at Coryton Oil Refinery. A tamper is a device used for compacting granular material such as soil or unformed concrete.
Coryton Oil Refinery was ceremonially opened in May 1954 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. It was operated by Vacuum Oil Company; a unit of Mobil. From 1996, the refinery was run by BP as part of a joint venture with Mobil. Ownership of Coryton Refinery was later transferred to BP in 2000, and then Petroplus Holdings in 2007. Major products of the refinery included petrol and diesel, aviation fuels, liquefied petroleum gas, fuel oils and bitumen. Coryton Oil Refinery was closed down in 2012

© Historic England Archive. John Laing Photographic Collection

Laing workers JLP01_08_045876
Laing workers JLP01_08_045876
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