Lead Investigation in Holland Park

Conducting a lead survey

History of Lead in property Our next project was a 5-storey residential building built in mid 1800’s. with clay brick walls and a pitched roof. We were instructed to carry out a lead survey to the whole of the building and the roof.  The purpose of the Lead (Pb) survey was to locate and identify [...]

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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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Building lead survey prior major refurbishment

lead material survey

Old buildings contain many materials which we now consider toxic or hazardous to health. These materials were either used directly in the construction of the buildings or were introduced later during its lifetime. Typical hazardous materials used in the construction were asbestos, lead and PCB others such as mercury or many specialty chemicals may have [...]

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College Lead Survey

lead survey

I have been appointed to carry out a building lead survey prior a major refurbishment of a large college. The building was quite dated and was in need to more thorough renovation. The management of the college has decided that parts of the building should be stripped and refurbished to a better standard. The refurbishment [...]

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Building lead survey

predemolision lead survey

I have been appointed to carry out a pre demolition building surveys on an old administrative building in order to identify Lead contain materials on site. The building I have visited was situated in close to city centre and was destined for partial demolition and complete refurbishment. The property was a four storey building consisting [...]

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