Case Studies

A selection of our many case studies

1

Former Baxi Potteron Site, Padiham

Date Completed: Sept 2018

Project Duration: 18 week

We were asked by one of our clients to undertake removal of asbestos to a former industrial warehouse site due for demolition.

Extensive asbestos sprayed coating residue was present within the guttering system of the site and as such highly complicated and bespoke enclosures were designed and constructed utilising fixed scaffolding maximising the area to be worked in whilst ensuring sufficient air management of the works.

Undertaking abrasive blasting on the guttering inline with the regulations and air fed RPE for the removal teams we were able to fulfil the clients requirements

In order to ensure a timely completion of the works we were able to commit extensive resources and labour to the project to ensure the 19 large enclosures were undertaken on time to the program submitted to the client.

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2

Hanover Building

Date Completed: Jan 2018

Project Duration: 24 week

We were asked to undertake an extensive Asbestos and Lead paint removal package as part of the larger regeneration of a 5 storey heritage listed former Office building in the centre of Manchester. Asbestos was found in various areas to the building even following a previous removal package undertaken the year before and Lead paint of significant levels and quantity where found throughout the building.

Due to the follow on works, we had to ensure that the lead paint to the structural steel beams were removed allowing for fireproofing to be installed. We innovatively undertook blasting of the steels under full negative pressure conditions as in asbestos removal and ensured the team were fully protective through the use of airline fed RPE.

The Program was put together to span over 6 month undertaking multiple floors at any one time whilst still allowing other trades to carry out work necessary to refurbish the building.