Facelift makes survey difficulties a thing of the past at National History Museum
We’re no strangers to carrying out work on some of the most iconic buildings in the country, and this month our skills and world-class kit were called into action to carry out maintenance work on the Natural History Museum.
We spent 10 days on site with our 61m Bronto, carrying out structural survey inspection work of entire east, west and front facias of the building and roofing, and removing opportunistic plants and tree seedlings which might damage the structure of the museum.
Our trademark rapid set up and carrying out of works meant that there was no interruption of the day-to-day function of the building or access for visitors, and our operators Julian and Mark were delighted to spot WWII shrapnel marks in the museum’s exterior from their fantastic vantage point!
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