This London based hospital had a major extension which required netting to be installed to prevent pigeons and other pest birds from gaining access to the large courtyard sections plus also to prevent disease risks from their associated waste coming into contact with the contractors onsite.
Due to limited access the majority of the central courtyard nets were installed using a tower scaffold which had to be dismantled and rebuilt due to the uneven ground within the vincinity of the works which ofcourse required extra man power. ladders for a health and safety reason was not an option.
Other locations around the site required netting including the main central loading bays and doorways to plant room areas to prevent birds nesting and contaminating the local areas and making the site unsafe. Temporary spikes were also required to the site offices to combate this high pressure area.