We’ve updated our website with two recent case studies.
The first gives details about how we successfully completed a challenging project to dismantle and remove a redundant radio mast from atop Cyrn-y-Brain, the highest peak of the Ruabon Moors near Llangollen in north Wales. The area is designated as a site of special scientific interest and consequently access was restricted to a narrow mountain pass. As well as access issues, we faced high wind speeds because of the altitude, and the project also involved removing asbestos from a building adjacent to the mast prior to its demolition.
The second new case study features the dismantling and removal of a 20 metres-long conveyor bridge between factory units in Stretford, Greater Manchester. Our project management team had to carefully plan the sequence and order of dismantling, and consulted original photographs from when the bridge was being built to assist them in their task. Our site management team liaised closely with the relevant statutory bodies over traffic management arrangements, and the work was carried out over a weekend to minimise disruption to local businesses and residents.
To find out more about these projects and other recent work undertaken by J Freeley Ltd, visit the case studies section of our website.