The British Library

Health and Safety Compliance Partnership were contracted by The British Library to provide an asbestos management plan of their Euston Road site, covering all areas of the 1.3 million sq ft building which was constructed over a 10 year period starting in 1988.

The project took over 3 months to survey and report our findings, including studying the original building specifications.

Client Testimonial

Health & Safety Compliance Partnership, working with Goddard Consulting LLP, carried out an extensive desktop study of existing H&S Files and Operation and Maintenance Manuals in order to identify if any materials used in the construction of the St Pancras building would have the potential to contain asbestos.

HSC carried out an extensive physical investigation of the exposed structure and finishes on all levels of the main building to establish if any asbestos containing materials were present, involving discreet attendance in public areas including reading rooms. Findings from the survey were collated in an asbestos management survey report which is used as a reference document in the Library’s asbestos management plan.

The asbestos survey was carried out in a professional way and HSC’s staff were always very cooperative and understanding, which was of great benefit to the Library when they needed to access the high profile areas of the building.”

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