Malus Court Site Setup
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• 19th July 2021 work will begin on Malus Court.
• All work will take place between 8AM & 5PM
• car parking spaces currently in use will remain unaffected.
• Noise and vibration levels will be high throughout.
• You may be asked by a Banksman to use an alternative entrance / Exit.
June 21, 2021
28 Day Notice Malus Court site set up
As part of the programme of works, PTOL Site team will be undertaking site set up works to Malus Court.
The site set up is what needs to be done to make the building ready for further work to your block.
Below is a breakdown of the site set up that will start 19th July 2021 and take around 5 weeks.
• Construction of temporary heras fencing.
• A site generator will be positioned by the carpark fence adjacent Whitebeam Close.
• Support anchors will be drilled into the concrete structure.
• Mast-climbers will be installed around the building.
• Scaffolding will be installed around the building up to the first-floor level.
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All PTOL personnel and contractors working on our behalf will be carrying an identification card. All PTOL personnel and contractors will be working within government guidelines for a Covid safe work environment. If you have any concerns about a member of staff, please contact your Resident Liaison Officer at once.
Resident Liaison Coordinator
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Malus Mast climbers & scaffold installation 28 day notice Dates
Duration and working hours Mast-climbers:
Start 19th July 2021 for 4 weeks. Scaffold: Start 26th July 2021 for 4 weeks Works will be carried out within the agreed times of 08.00 to 17.00. Purpose for the work.
The intention on Malus is to use public protection scaffolding and mast climbers with associated working platforms to allow access for the proposed cladding works on all elevations.
What work is involved.
Enabling works will commence on the 19th July 2021 and will involve the construction of temporary heras fencing around the perimeter creating a fence line & safe demarcation zones for workers and residents.
A site generator will be positioned on the hardstanding area by the carpark fence adjacent Whitebeam Close. A banksman/marshal shall be present on site for the duration of all works to direct and assist residents.
Mast-climbers and scaffold deliveries will be managed to cause minimal disruption and equipment will be stored on the ground in secured locations on site. The climber installation will be phased around the building starting on the Belvedere Road elevation, then Whitebeam Close and into the carpark elevation. The elevation by the pedestrian access gate will be serviced by a mobile elevated platform.
Scaffolding works to the working platform will follow the same phasing as the mast-climber installation. The working platform will be set at first floor level .
These works should be complete by 23rd August 2021. While these works are carried out to the front and rear elevations residents will be directed either to the front or rear entrances respectively and this will be continually monitored by a banksman/marshal.
All car parking spaces currently in use will remain unaffected. None of the areas we take possession of will adversely affect bin collections, dry riser or any other services associated with the block. How will this affect us.
Support anchors will be drilled into the concrete structure and it is anticipated that noise and vibration levels associated with this work will be higher than that experienced so far due to the tools and equipment required for works of this type. Access for the residents, bin collections and the emergency services will be maintained throughout the works.