Conducting a Lead Survey in an old school building

Lead survey in a school

Lead(Pb) content in the building Our latest project was a two-storey historic building, built in 1875 with stone walls, concrete, timber and tiled floors, lath plaster ceilings and a pitched slate tiled roof. The building consists of approximately 55 rooms with a small basement to part of building. Throughout the Lead (Pb) survey our main [...]

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Conducting a Lead Survey

Occupational Exposure to Lead

Hazardous materials within an Old building The project, a 7-storey town house situated in Birmingham, was currently undergoing refurbishments to the third and fourth floor. These floors consisted of modern UVPC windows with wooden window sills, concrete floors and concrete ceilings. Old buildings potentially contain materials which we consider to be hazardous to health. During [...]

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