MSL had only just started working with this client when a Reactive Maintenance request was received to attend a petrol forecourt with the client’s surveyor to assess the situation. A scope of works & costs were produced & approved and start date to commence agreed. A reactive maintenance response had evolved into a small works project.
A ram raid at a petrol forecourt had happened where the ATM had been taken with damage done to the building façade and bollards. We were required to remove the old concrete base and cast a new one with new ducting for the power and data supply. When complete the client was having a new ATM prefabbed building installed.
CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS
- To attend site with SPA approved engineers due to working on the Petrol Forecourt
- Set up protective screen around working area
- Break out the existing base and dispose, shutter around new slab, fit new ducting to receive new data and power cables (at a later date)
- Pour new concrete slab and float finish
- Strike the shuttering, make good the block paving and remove protective screen
This was a busy petrol forecourt in Selby. The work required was at the side of the delivery gate so we had to co-ordinate our works around the busy deliveries. The existing power and data had already been isolated by the client and the new supplies were to be installed in the new ducting which had been cast into the new concrete slab. The ATM housing was then fitted and connected up (this was under the direction of the client)