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Russell Trew Limited is a national specialist roofing and building contractor founded in 1998 as a private limited company. Since then, we have grown in size and reputation. Our head office is in East London and we also have an office in the Midlands.

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Crane Park Primary School, Feltham

Crane Park Primary School, Feltham
Flat Roofing

The works involved an overlay of the original waterproofing system with a new IKO Ultra-Prevent Guardian waterproof system across various roofs at the School. All scaffolding was erected to meet with current Health & Safety Regulations and erected by our approved scaffolding sub-contractor, Barclay Scaffolding Ltd.

Given the nature of the site, importance was placed upon the maintenance of close communication between our team and the School’s Management Team to ensure that all parties were fully aware of the current status of the works and any upcoming events or considerations which may have impacted on their completion. As the School was in use during the delivery of the contract, throughout the course of the project we worked closely with the School’s Management Team to ensure all staff and visitors were aware of health and safety considerations. During school opening times we strictly enforced no vehicle movements/deliveries between 08:15 hours to 09:00 hours 12:00 hours to 13:30 hours and 15:15 to 16:00 Monday to Friday during term time. 

To assist with the lifting of materials to the roof, our approved scaffoling sub-contractors erected a 500kg hoist, with only trained operatives using the hoist. Order plans and programmes were issued to the supply chain ensuring that they were able to meet and co-ordinate with resource requirements on time. To further reduce the risk from material falling from height, materials were stored at ground level, until such time they were required for use. As per our standard policy for working at any occupied premises priority was given to the introduction of adequate procedures for compliance with the Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2005. This included ensuring exposure levels were not exceeded on an average daily basis. We also ensured that works were only conducted between times agreed by the Council and School. Any particularly noisy works were subsequently programmed to take place at times least likely to disturb the building users and nearby residents.


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