|Client:||Barnet Homes - Redecoration and Repairs – Watling Estate, Burnt Oak, Edgware|
|Contract Type:||JCT Minor Works Building Contract|
|Contract Period:||36 weeks|
Scope of Works included: Boroughwide redecoration and repairs almost exclusively to the ‘Watling Estate’ which was developed from 1926 -1937 by the then London County Council as part of the ‘Homes fit for Heroes’ campaigns and consists mainly of ‘cottage’ and ‘metal plated’ type properties (some of which now form part of a conservation area) with later developments of low rise flats and maisonettes included in the project. The majority of properties were occupied with a mix of leaseholders and tenants.
Works included; undertaking 100% surveys of properties prior to works commencing. Providing methods of accessing works (depending on property types, types of works involved and subsequent method statements and RAMs prepared by our organization and accepted by CDM coordinator) and included full independent scaffolding, MEWP’s, tower scaffold and ladders.
Works on different properties types involved asbestos testing, encapsulation and removal, replacement of existing; soffits, fascia and rainwater goods (roofline works) in PVC-u, ‘Fosroc’ concrete repairs, epoxy resin repairs, traditional joinery works, external and internal redecoration to landings, stairwells and walkways.
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