HAS were recently involved in a project involving removed licensed material Asbestos Insulation Board (AIB) from window lines in the gym block of a school. The school in Dulwich, South London was a moderate sized project which involved HAS teams being on site for four weeks.
The gymnasium was due to be refurbished, and before this work could be undertaken, HAS had to safely remove the asbestos containing material.
Prior to HAS’s arrival on site, scaffolding had been erected to specification by our clients approved scaffolding contractor. The scaffolding was specifically erected to our pre-defined specification to allow us to erect an enclosure for the works.
The site had already been soft stripped prior to HAS’s arrival on site and all isolations removed. HAS erected 4 enclosures around the perimeter of the building to aid and ensure the safe removal of the AIB sections around the windows.
Due to the work being licensed, works were carried out under fully licensed conditions and control measures including enclosures, dust suppression, removal techniques and shadow vacuuming were utilised. Personal Monitoring was also undertaken to ensure control measures were in place to maintain safe working practices throughout.
The works were completed on time and to budget to the approval of the client.