Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Cheltenham

Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), Cheltenham OVERVIEW: Lawson Group were awarded the responsibility of asbestos removal and the demolition of the former Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) in its entirety, located to the east of Cheltenham. Government Communications left famous Bletchley Park in the 1950s and came to Oakley Park, Cheltenham as the government [...]

Carlton Street Multi-Storey Car Park, Swindon

Carlton Street Multi-Storey Car Park, Swindon OVERVIEW: Lawson Demolition were awarded the contract for the demolition of Carlton Street multi-storey car park adjacent to Swindon’s bus station, the demolition of the Wyvern multi-storey car park and both associated footbridges, including the removal of Princes Street footbridge. It was a three-part project broken [...]

Ashley Road East, Tottenham Hale

Ashley Road East, Tottenham Hale OVERVIEW: This project was part of a bigger redevelopment scheme awarded to Lawson Group. The site was made up of four different buildings of differing building type in a busy area of Tottenham Hale, London. View PDF CHALLENGE [...]

Demolition of footbridges associated to Multi-Storey Car Parks, Swindon

Demolition of footbridges associated to Multi-Storey Car Parks, Swindon OVERVIEW: Phase 2 of this contract consisted of the demolition of two footbridges. The first stood between Swindon’s Wyvern Theatre and the Wyvern multi-storey car park and the second located next to the theatre that spanned across a dual carriageway. These works formed [...]

2019-11-25T13:06:30+00:00By |Case Studies|0 Comments

Gloucester Place, Cheltenham

Gloucester Place, Cheltenham OVERVIEW: This project involved the demolition and asbestos removal of the complex known as Gloucester Place in Cheltenham town centre. It included the demolition of the former cinema, main dealer garage and independent local shops as part of the redevelopment of the area - in readiness for transforming it [...]

2019-11-25T13:06:47+00:00By |Case Studies|0 Comments
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