Hereford Cathedral // Case Study

30 Jun 2011

Secure external hoardings in cathedral grounds

A robust 250 linear metre perimeter hoarding was installed in the grounds of Hereford Cathedral to enable a major re-development to begin.

The main contractor was CJ Bayliss and blue Ultraspan panels were used to create a secure site perimeter. To minimise damage to the grounds, the supporting frame sat on top of the ground and sandbags were used to add stability and remove the need for digging or disturbing the ground.

Kwik-Klik hoarding systems were also used at ground level around the area immediately beneath the Cathedral tower which has undergone a restoration programme.

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