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A first of its kind project working alongside an archaeological team at King Richard Visitor Centre in Leicester

Asbestos removal at King Richard Visitor Centre in Leicester

A first of its kind project working alongside an archaeological team at King Richard Visitor Centre in Leicester

Our Midlands office team had the unique opportunity to work at a site of great historical significance – the King Richard III Visitor Centre in St Martins, Leicester.
 
Task at Hand:
We were entrusted with the delicate task of excavating a 300mm x 300mm hole, 400mm deep. This careful excavation was necessary for surveying the substrate for future construction work on this archaeologically important building – the very place where King Richard III was discovered!
 
Precision Work:
Working alongside an archaeological team, we core drilled in 100mm increments, with each layer being meticulously examined by the architect before proceeding further. Although no artefacts were unearthed, the importance of preserving and respecting the site’s history was paramount.
 
All in a Day’s Work:
Well done to Kez and his team involved on this project, a job well done and a happy client.

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