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GLC Projects Awarded Major Contract for Demolition and Asbestos Removal at Darlington Memorial Hospital

GLC Projects, a Teesside-based demolition contractor and asbestos removal specialist, is delighted to announce the successful acquisition of a significant contract for a comprehensive demolition and renovation project at Darlington Memorial Hospital.

The contract encompasses a wide range of tasks, including plant room demolition, decontamination of heavy fuel oil tanks, asbestos removal, and the decommissioning of large-scale steam boilers and generators.

In addition to the demolition and asbestos removal, the project also includes the disconnection and diversion of various hospital building services. These crucial activities will be meticulously executed over a period of four months, ensuring that the hospital’s operations remain uninterrupted and patient care is not compromised.

Recognising the importance of maintaining a safe and controlled environment throughout the project, GLC Projects will implement robust environmental controls. Stringent measures will be put in place to effectively control dust and ensure the highest standards of environmental sustainability. Furthermore, engineering controls will be implemented to safeguard the underground service tunnel beneath the site, prioritising the protection of critical infrastructure.

With their extensive expertise in demolition, asbestos removal, and civil engineering, GLC Projects has emerged as the preferred choice for this major renovation undertaking at Darlington Memorial Hospital. The company’s track record of successfully executing complex projects, coupled with their commitment to delivering exceptional results within strict timelines, played a pivotal role in securing this significant contract.

“We are incredibly proud to have been awarded this major contract for the demolition and asbestos removal project at Darlington Memorial Hospital,” said Graeme Cochrane, Managing Director of GLC Projects. “As specialists in our field, we understand the unique challenges associated with such projects, particularly when it comes to working in healthcare environments. We are fully committed to carrying out the work with utmost care, professionalism, and adherence to health and safety regulations.”

GLC Projects are based in Teesside and provide demolition, civil engineering and asbestos removal services for local authorities, businesses and private clients throughout the UK. For more information don’t hesitate to get in touch.