Formed in 1988 by our Chairman Grant Beglan, Aspect Contracts started as a family run business, developing into a market leading national asbestos contractor whilst always maintaining the fundamental core values which underpin our business. Today, Aspect Contracts remains a privately owned family business.
Aspect Contracts is now one of the few truly national asbestos risk management companies, supported by in excess of 200 skilled and trained employees based in five regional offices strategically located through the spine of the UK. We are the chosen partner for numerous blue chip organisations, providing a bespoke solution to their asbestos related issues.
Our drive and commitment to health and safety is at the forefront of everything we do. All our removals are conducted in accordance with the statutory requirements made under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR), and help us to maintain our current 3 year asbestos license from the HSE.
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Nottingham City Hospital – Critical Care Plant Room
Asbestos removal and encapsulation works were required in the plant room that serves a critical care unit at a major city hospital. The works were necessary to enable the hospital support team to oversee the repair and maintenance of the plant and equipment, to enable the optimum level of performance to such an essential department in the Hospital.
The services needed to remain live whilst the work was undertaken to prevent disruption to the unit to carry out the work safely and without interruption, we needed to give great consideration to the temperatures within the working enclosure to enable the operatives to work comfortably.
We designed the enclosure to include forced, chilled air induction, temperature sensors and cool areas for the operative’s comfort, that then passed through to the enclosure to enable the ambient, working temperature to be reduced to a level that allowed the work to be carried out effectively and quickly and be completed ahead of time.