Archway of Tears, City Hospital, Birmingham.
Site Address: Archway of Tears, City Hospital, Birmingham
Construction of Buildings: This site was a 2 storey derelict Victorian work house with basement located on the city hospital car park.
Program: 3 Weeks
This project consisted of the establishment of welfare facilities, method statements, site documentation, plan of work, exclusion zone heras fencing and acting as Principal Contractor for the demolition works package.
- Dilapidation Surveys to All Roads/Footpaths and Adjacent areas.
- Dust suppression measures and debris protection systems overall to protect live hospital, surrounding areas, car park and other public areas from dust/debris produced from demolition works.
- Vibration and noise monitoring systems were utilised during the works due to close proximity of Live hospital environment/car park and heavily pedestrianised areas.
- Temporary propping of archways to allow careful removal of protected stone work to frontages.
- Demolition of Former Archway building down to slab level including careful removal of stone work which was cleaned, labelled and palletised which was then handed back to client.
- Break out of ground floor slabs, foundations, basement and basement walls down to a depth of 1.5m
- All basements were backfilled with clean 6f2 arising to adjacent levels leaving site free from hazards such as trips and falls.
City Demolition were professional & efficient throughout in the demolition of our site. Fully recommended!
– Managing Director