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Construction Best Practice, Office in Stanhope Gate, London

Introduction

Galliford Try Construction rebuilt a 6 storey office in Stanhope Gate, London and achieved substantial waste savings despite being in a location where no space was available outside the building footprint for waste and materials management.

Description

Solutions found to achieve these savings included a comprehensive materials management policy with just-in-time deliveries and procedures to reduce late variations.

Staff awareness and training on-site were promoted through different measures including: 

  • an introductory site booklet with waste minimisation concepts 
  • site posters calling "no space for waste" 
  • bad practice corrected by trade contractors

Materials ordered and used were rigorously audited and controlled, and contractual arrangements included economic penalties if targets were not met.

Project team

Galliford Try Construction

Further information

WRAP case study: Saving money through good waste management on small sites

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