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We have commenced with our latest construction cleaning contract, working on a £22m construction project for one of the UK’s construction behemoths – BAM.
BAM, a 150-year-old company, is in the process of constructing a £22m engineering building for the University of the West of England.
Situated next to Bristol Business School at the heart of Frenchay Campus, the latest inclusion for UWE is a state-of-the-art engineering building, designed by architects AHR. The new 8,500 m² building will include teaching and research facilities such as wind tunnels, engine test cells and learning space dedicated a wide range of engineering disciplines.
Once complete, the building will accommodate 100 academic and technical staff, along with over 1,600 undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The faculty of engineering & design new facility will push forward UWE’s ambition to become a leading engineering school in the country.
We are amongst a few construction cleaning companies to supply BAM with construction cleaning services within the region. Maintaining the highest of standards, delivering on time and to specifications is an essential part of how we operate – our performance on previous BAM projects only highlights this. We are also a construction cleaning company with a Constructionline gold certification in Bristol and the South West, a credential that a contractor must have to be able to supply services to some the largest construction project in the UK.
Our contract is set to deliver a two-phase cleaning programme within the development at UWE, Frenchay campus. The first stage, which our professional construction cleaners have commenced, entails a full build clean on the internals and externals of the building.
The second phase will comprise of a sparkle clean on both the internal and external of the building, once the project is near to completion – this ensures that the finish to the building is to the highest of standards, ready for the client to move in.
With such a large development, the cleaning schedule will involve a variety of specialist cleaning methods to complete the works to spec. Using powered access platforms for external window cleaning during the builders clean will allow for an up-close clean to the windows ensuring any residue is removed. Our specialist construction cleaners are IPAF accredited and can use a variety of powered access platforms, such as cherry pickers and scissor lifts, ensuring the best and safest methods are utilised.
On the final sparkle clean, water-fed pole systems using purified water will be used to wash down the entirety of the external of the building, leaving the windows streak-free and shimmering.
Like many businesses, construction sites across the UK have had to alter operations in the face of coronavirus, BAM’s development at UWE is no different. BAM, however, places safety at the forefront of how it operates, ensuring the safety of all contractors is paramount. Operations, though carefully modified, have continued throughout the pandemic with further safety measures integrated into day-to-day operations and done in a way for schedules to still be met. This project is set to be complete by the end of summer 2020, ready for the next semester.
We are also pleased to announce the completion of two of our recent BAM projects, The Kingfisher CE Academy, finished in June 2020 and the NHS Nightingale Hospital, Exeter, completed July 2020. As part of our ongoing relationship with BAM, we are ready to assist them and their site team with their latest project moving forward and with future projects when they arise.
If you would like more information on our construction cleaning services or window cleaning services for the construction industry, then please contact our expert team today!
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This post was written by Tony