Project: Beard , Student Accommodation, Baldwin Street, Bristol


Requirement:

Eco Environmental were asked by our client to assist them with an established flock of Pigeons that had colonised within the internal lightwell that provided the existing student tenants access to fresh air and natural light.

Solution:

Having familiarised ourselves with the current onsite problem we were able to offer a simple but cost-efficient solution to deny the bird’s further access.

This was achieved by supplying and installing our 50mm Bird Netting secured to a stainless-steel perimeter cable, cable fastened with stainless steel self-drive screws, to cap off the internal light well.

Access Strategy:

Following on from a site induction our works were completed by our certified two-man team who accessed the areas safely using a combination of internal access through the building coupled with harness and lanyard work restraint lines checked and tested by us prior to commencing the works. All training tickets and competencies are produced on request to match those required within the agreed RAMS.

Comments:

Project Manager Dave Harry commented that “The team @ Eco were delighted to be working on this Project in the heart of the City of Bristol. “

“It is only by understanding the requirements fully and liaising closely with our client that we were able to complete our scoped works on time and within budget.”

Much of our repeat work comes through recommendation and we believe our impressive client base is testimony to the excellent quality of service we have provided consistently over the last 23 years.

Do you have a Pigeon or Bird problem – if so call one of our specialist team members at Eco Environmental on 01752 669009 for a no-obligation survey and quotation?

Further information relating to our Bird Netting and Fouling Clearance services can be found by visiting: 

https://www.ecoltd.net/bird-netting

Published 28th May 2021

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