Construction forward look w/c 15th June 2020

We are pleased to provide the following information regarding planned construction activity for the week commencing 15th June.  Please note that the work we have planned may sometimes change. We will do our best to keep you updated with any material changes that may affect you.

This week, the scaffolding to Block C will continue to be removed and we will continue the installation of perimeter scaffolding to the four corners of Block D, along with work to the concrete frame.  We expect to generate some noise as we break out and excavate concrete externally for the provision of new drainage runs in the area adjacent to Blocks C and D, using excavators with pecker attachments, rollers and removal wagons.  As always, we will monitor noise and vibration levels daily to ensure these continue to remain within permitted levels.

With regards to Block F, we will continue the erection of scaffolding to the front of the building while making minor adjustments to the existing scaffolding on other elevations.  Other ongoing work in this area includes the removal of blockwork to both the front and rear elevations by our workforce on the scaffolding. There will be a continuation of the excavation of the ground internally along with the installation of drainage runs externally, for which we will be using excavators with pecker attachments, dumpers, diggers and rollers both inside and outside.  Internally, we will be installing new blockwork, fixing new brick ties and installing scaffolding which will generate some drilling noise as we safely fix this to the walls.

Elsewhere on site, concrete deliveries are expected during the course of the week as we continue with the foundations to Block F and Terrace 4. New brickwork will continue to Block E and Terrace 2 adjacent to Co-operation Road.

A towable water bowser remains in use to dampen down work areas around the site on a regular basis. In addition to this, we have now procured a water cannon to be used for dust suppression which is situated in the area of Block F by the elevation closest to the cycle path.  Following resident feedback we are implementing processes to reduce the impact of the generator located adjacent to Green Oak Crescent by procuring an acoustic quilt which will shroud the generator and reduce the noise impact to the neighbouring properties. We are currently awaiting delivery of the acoustic quilt and will update accordingly.

On social media please follow @ChocFactoryBris on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as we will keep this updated with any relevant news and updates.  For those without regular access to digital media, a community noticeboard is displayed on the hoarding at the entrance to site on Greenbank Road.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding work activities at any time please email