We all know that repairs and maintenance work on structures like bridges and buildings are undertaken as they are vital to our safety. However, this doesn’t make it any easier when we face disruptions and delays to our day to day journeys as a consequence of this work.  

Our work is, first and foremost, dedicated to enabling the fast and proper repair of buildings and bridges in order to ensure they are safe to use. We complement this by focusing on ways to achieve it with minimal disruption to the surrounding area. While we would never risk or undermine the safety of a site for the sake of convenience, we are committed to approaching each assignment in an innovative and adaptive way.

While the fundamentals of repairing and maintaining the structural integrity of buildings and bridges remains as a constant, it is always important to consider the unique features in the area where the work is taking place. By doing this we can ensure that most of the preparations for repair are carried out off-site, facilitating a fast and simple setup process when we arrive at the site itelf. This means disruptions caused by the actual setting up of facade retentions and bridge supports are kept to a minimum, so that traffic and pedestrians in the area can get back to normal as soon as possible.

The disruptions and delays caused when structural repairs are underway is something that we are all prepared to accept as an unavoidable consequence. It would, however, be entirely reasonable for all to assume that those handling the work had sought to establish the most efficient and least disruptive course of action. When we are called upon for structural support solutions within regeneration and repair projects, it can be said that every measure possible has been taken in respect of managing a limitation on disruptions.