Posted on 19th July 2021
On Monday 19th July 2021 there was a Government easing of coronavirus restrictions.
Although not a legal requirement the Government has advised that face coverings should be worn in “crowded and enclosed spaces, such as public transport, when people, mixing with strangers or those that they do not normally mix with” and there also remains advice on the need for social distancing and minimising contact.
We have an obligation to protect the health of all our staff and to limit operational risk. We also have an obligation to our clients to meet deadlines. Like all those in construction and related activities in a vulnerable position, this set against a background of world-beating rises in COVID cases and those self-isolating.
As an employer we must take all reasonable measures to look after the health of all those in our workplace. Social distancing, face coverings and hygiene remain the best prevention measures, as well as regular flow-through testing.
For the above reasons we will not be lifting of our current COVID restrictions at Soils Ltd, both in offices or sites from Monday 19th July 2021 and we will continue to work to our COVID Procedures.
Our approach is in line with the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) advice, who have encouraged consistency of approach across the Construction Industry, with COVID measures being retained currently
The proposal involved converting the Town Hall Annexe building into block of apartments with two storey floor extension creating one, two and three-bed homes, with a total of 185 new homes
A robust intrusive ground investigation, designed to obtain geological, geotechnical and geo-environmental data.
Additional Contamination Investigation Report to define the condition of materials in select areas across the site which is being redeveloped as a new school
A new ‘Southern Link Road’ linking the A130 southbound to a new signalised junction on the A1245.
Upgrading the A47 single carriageway to a dual carriageway standard including access routes and a new bridge
The demolition of the existing derelict Public House (White Hart Inn) and the construction of eight 3-storey houses
The proposed development was to comprise the construction of a block of flats with the superstructure comprising 4 (central and north-eastern portion) and 3 (south-western portion) storeys.
Redevelopment included hard landscaping such as access roads driveways and pavements and soft landscaping such as communal garden and public open space.
The A27 - East of Lewes improvements worked involved the collection of 3500 plus geotechnical and geo-environmental samples from over 150 different locations
The project comprised the construction of six two-storey, semi-detached three-bedroom houses and the construction of a commercial CO-OP building in the northern section of the site.
Soils Limited was commissioned to undertake a ground investigation by the RNLI for a proposed new lifeboat station at RNLI Penlee, The Strand, Newlyn