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Cambridge Demolition Site Reduces Fuel Consumption
April was a quiet month as we waited for the approval from Cambridge City Council to commence the main demolition works. The boiler house and cycle store have been demolished with items salvaged, and MKA Ecology have undertaken the works associated with the bat licence - with the good weather over the Easter break the bats have also vacated the building. Cambridgeshire Fire Service undertook a major exercise at the beginning of the month and continued to utilise the facilities on...
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Cambridge University ‘Triangle Site’ Project Update
Cambridge City Council have now signed off our Demolition Environmental Plan which clears the way to commence the main demolition works on Monday the 11th May, working from South to North. The demolition of the boiler house is complete and the concrete slab has been removed with all demolition arisings stockpiled until our crusher is delivered to site. UKPN incoming high voltage cables have been isolated along the Eastern boundary and the site hoarding is now complete to the South West...
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Demolition & Redevelopment at Cambridge University
John F Hunt is about to begin a 22 week demolition and redevelopment project in Cambridge, on behalf of Cambridge Assessment, Cambridge University’s International Exams Group. The demolition site is "The Triangle" that is situated just off Shaftsbury Road at Cambridge University. The demolition works include the relocation of bats, asbestos removal, environmental monitoring, site isolations and careful demolition using long reach excavators. Due to the close proximity of the residential blocks which will remain in use throughout the project, John F Hunt...
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