On the James Paget Hospital site, we are working in the middle of the hospital. The way the project team have been forming trenches in existing concrete, is to have the floor sawed to a manageable size, have a lifting eye fitted and lifted out to dispose of.
This method reduces the risks of HAVs, dust and constant noise that would as a result of using a breaker. It also reduces the time taken to carry out the task. This works well in a live environment but would work well anywhere.
Entry submitted by Morgan Sindall.
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