Arm Group restored 2 carriage sheds in Old Oak Comon for First Great Western trains. We had to remove all the existing walkways, Pit floors, and running rails. All drainage works were undertaken at this point including the repositioning of some drains and pipe work. In addition to this new running rails were installed which necessitated drilling in excess of 2000 holes using a specially designed rail mounted drilling rig. Then all pit floors were reinstated and the walkways relayed. In addition to this there were significant roof drainage works carried out at short notice with no program impact. All work was carried out with the remaining carriage sheds still in full operational order minimising the delay and operational difficulties for the client.
Working for a national insurance company we were contracted to refurbish a fire damaged building. As simple as it sounds not all the structure was damaged as the client needed to continue to operate in the undamaged section whilst we refurbished the rest of the building.
Using our experience we devised a phased construction plan that enabled the client to move into the finished sections so that we could get into the other damaged sections. Any major works such as power changeovers were completed during weekend or night shifts to keep the client working during the day.