Asbestos Removal at Hope Hosptial
When Hope Hospital undertook its regeneration scheme, it chose AARC
Hope hospital recently undertook a £7.1 million regeneration scheme. Part of the scheme involved removing asbestos insulation from some 14 pipework risers as well as AIB cladding from 14 service risers over four floors.
This was a large scale and complex project, but it wasn’t a challenge for AARC.
AARC initially conducted extensive type 3 surveys.
When starting the project, AARC employed Asbestos trained scaffolders to create bespoke access with the risers. This allowed the AARC team to carry out the work without disrupting the rest of the hospital.
To further insure a prompt turnaround, fifty site operatives were employed. By working seven days a week, the project was completed in a remarkable time frame of six weeks.
The project has been an outstanding success and the new look Hope Hospital will be a valuable asset to the community.