New student blocks were being installed to the grounds of the London campus that required preventative measures to stop pigeons from using establishing a new breeding ground. On consultation with the architects we noted several pressure areas that over time could act as an attractent with the main issue the brie soloe on the rear sections of the building.
The reccomended option was the installation of bird wire to all ledges to act as an initial preventative measure to stop pigeons perching on the edges of the building and thus prevent further pigeon ingress to other locations around the site.
The ledges were not drillable due to water protection from alluminum or lead flashing and the only solution was the installation of bird posts with an attached black ground pad which once applied with ms-polymer adhesive and allowed to cure over a 7 day period acted as a suitable ground anchor. In total we used in excess of 20,000 bird posts with spans ranging from 1.5m to 0.3m in length.