Project Description

The asbestos roof removal & replacement (Roughly 2000 SQ.M ) project in Mt Eden, Auckland was made up of the following;

Installation of scaffolding & edge protection to the commercial buildings, Removal of the Commercial Asbestos Super Six Roof and asbestos guttering removal, Installation of Metalcraft MC760 Coloursteel roofing system including Covertek 401 Synthetic paper, screws & flashings, Installation of new colorsteel 150 Box guttering & the removal of all waste from the site.

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Our Asbestos Removal Process

Step 1: Asbestos Testing & Surveying

The first step to any asbestos removal project should always be to complete an asbestos survey/report to make sure we know exactly what we are dealing with. Our technicians take samples of suspected asbestos areas to have them tested at an accredited labratory.

Once the test is back we will go ahead and submit all the relevant documents to worksafe including SSSP, ARCPS & more!

Step 2: Site Establishment

When we are ready to get started onsite our Asbestos Removal Technicians will go in and set out our different zones (Safe Working Zones, Asbestos Contaminant Zones, Zones for Cleaning & Removal of Equipment used around asbestos.

We will install our polyurethane “Drop sheets” under where we are working in order to cover and protect the equipment inside the building when we start work.

Step 3: Removal Of The Asbestos Roof

Once the site is set up our team will talk and make sure we are clear on how we are to proceed, then we will put on our PPE gear (Masks, Overalls, Boots etc) and start removing the asbestos sheets which usually get placed into a bin lined with thick polyurethane plastic, ready to be sealed and removed from site.

Once the asbestos is removed from site we will start the clean up using H class vacuums to remove any parts of asbestos that may be left on the rafters in order for us to obtain the clearance certificate!

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