Sample Panel on the Hoarding

On this project, as is frequently the case, they had the obligation to provide a large-scale sample panel for client and planner approval.

Approval for the sample panel sign off was required in March 2021 which was right in the height of the coronavirus lockdowns which meant a lot of people were working from home and restrictions were in place on non-essential visitors to site.

They identified this could create a delay in achieving sign off from stakeholders involved. As a result, they made the decision to make the panel accessible for public viewing and constructed the panel at the edge of the site boundary and integrated it into the hoarding.

Other benefits to this detail included an opportunity for the general public to see what was being constructed as well as creating a large viewing window for site works. It has also saved space on a restricted site, meaning more space for access and storage for the works.

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