Case Study


June 30, 2020




Warwick School Redhill


Kier Construction




Asbestos Removal & Demolition

Econ were contracted to carry out the asbestos removal and demolition of Warwick School in two phases. This project involved a lot of “cut and carve” as the main school remained operational whilst the new school was built.

We remove the asbestos materials with some work being carried out with our confined space trained staff with their rescue team.

The soft strip of the buildings was completed.

Following that, the temporary works were designed and installed to enable the hand demolition of the cut lines.

On completion of the cut lines, the buildings were demolished and temporary weather protection installed for the remainder of phase 1 whilst the new building was constructed.

We crushed all the granular arisings to a 6F2 specification which was stockpiled on site, and used by Kier for the construction phase of the works.

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“We were impressed with the approach used by you operation team to carry out the works both professional and diligently. Econ were very accommodating to meet our needs from the initial presentations prepared on strategy to mitigate risks and throughout execution of the works and keeping us fully informed and giving us the confidence we needed. The approach of Econ Site supervisors and visiting managers through to operatives on site was always of a high standard and good-natured and we are pleased to give credit where it is due. On site initiatives by the team from demonstrations /videos of emergency procedures when working in asbestos enclosures and working with consistent site uniforms contributed to the site achieving a Kier ‘Blue’ for best practice and working above standards. This was an excellent example of collaborative working and a joint approach to promptly overcome some of the challenges with asbestos and how best to deal with this along with working near challenging neighbours’ properties, the school and the church.”

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