Atrium glass roof to office building glazed in London

Seagulls attack glass atrium to Dept. of Health building in London and break glass which Express Glazing repairs.

When birds damaged insulated double glazed glass units, approximately 2800 by 1500mm in size, weighing over 200 kilograms each and over 120 feet above London, Express Glazing Contractors were called to make safe, survey, manufacturer and supply and reglaze.This required them to organise road closures and traffic management for a crane weighing 180 tonnes to be able to lift the glass onto the atrium roof of a Government building besides Elephant & Castle, London, SE1, out-of-hours. The project required risk assessments, method statements and planning so as to go according to the client's requirements which were all achieved satisfactorily by Express.

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