Asbestos Removal Case Study for the Construction Sector - Royal Court
Location: Laindon, Essex
Contractor: Deconstruct UK Ltd
Completion Date: May 2011
Sector: Construction (Residential)
Removal of asbestos insulation board linings from warm air heating risers to two residential tower blocks.
About the project:
Deconstruct were appointed to carry out a refurbishment and demolition asbestos survey of the Royal Court Estate in Laindon.
Utilising the findings of the asbestos survey, Deconstruct carried out a complete soft strip of the two tower blocks, followed by the removal of asbestos containing materials. The asbestos was predominantly in the form of insulation boarding to warm air heating risers and transom panels above doors. Asbestos was also present within the floor tiles.
The asbestos insulation board risers were located within the central core of each flat. The surrounding masonry walls and services had to be carefully removed, so as not to disturb the asbestos.
A timber framed polythene tented enclosure was constructed around each section of riser, necessitating the construction of approximately 100 separate enclosures. With the lifts having previously been decommissioned, all plant, equipment and waste had to be manually transferred between work areas.
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