Tower View was a five storey office block with glass partitions and associated office furniture. The entire build was scaffold to facilitate the exterior cladding to be removed. All roof plant was cut into manageable sized pieces and removed from site.
The scope of works covered service disconnections; site hoarding; scaffolding; asbestos removal; strip out; roof plant removal; roof dome structure removal; half-moon hand cut and carve demolition
De-cladding of the building.
Tower Demolition’s Project Management Team coordinated the entire project working closely with our independent H&S advisor, MEL, the Health & Safety Executive, Tower Hamlets and the Port of London Authority.
The removal of all asbestos containing materials involved full enclosures protection. An independent air testing company conducted parameter air testing for the entire duration of the project.
The strip out of internal offices was conducted by two foremen and 18 operatives. The entire strip out arisings were removed from site via wheelie bins, loaded into a compactor lorry for removal from site. Metal was segregated from all other arisings and taken away for recycling. Tower Demolition endeavour to recycle 92% of all suitable demolition debris.
A break in the works was required due to the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations during which Tower Demolition’s team coordinated the police protection team’s use of the Tower View site.