RNOH Stanmore

Asbestech were employed to assist the client in preparation for a major refurbishment of one of the many standalone facilities on this busy site. The client had a tightly controlled programme of works with heating engineers due to come in and renew the heating grid including renewing tanks and pipework. On investigation it was found that the loft void that was to house many of these routing’s was contaminated, with old pipework being covered in asbestos lagging that was in poor condition which had deteriorated over a period of time contaminating the entire area.

Asbestech worked closely with the client to develop a schedule that minimised the delay to the follow on services. We were able to complete the works from site set up to site decanting in four weeks, a full six days earlier than programmed offering the client a significant reduction in programme.

Asbestech were employed primarily to undertake the decontamination of the whole roof void and the carry out removal of all thermal insulation debris; residue; loft insulation and all other materials present under fully controlled conditions.

The project was completed on time and with no health and safety or environmental incidents.

  • CLIENT Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
  • Value£65,000.00 (one off)
  • DurationAugust 2011 to September 2011
  • LocationStanmore, Middlesex