The Old Bailey, London EC4M

Client:

Interserve

Programme:

7 Weeks

Value:

£122k

Project Overview

The Old Bailey, also known as Justice Hall, the Sessions House and the Central Criminal Court, was named after the street in which it was located, just off Newgate Street and next to Newgate Prison in the western part of the City of London. Removal of asbestos residue to the walls and ceiling of the former boiler room and the adjoining staircase in “The Central Criminal Courts”. The structure is a listed building therefore additional safety and protection measures were required.