Case Study

Minimising Disruption

  • Client: Wates Construction Linited

  • Location: Stratford High Street

  • Value: Client Confidential


Removal and replacement of existing cladding to a residential building. MadiganGill were responsible for the implementation and management of the traffic management plan, delivery management, welfare waste management, storage area management, vertical material movement and walkway management.


  • Maintaining a fully functional construction site that encapsulated a live residential block and medical centre
  • Working over a busy pedestrian route on Stratford High Street
  • Re routing a one-way system on a public vehicle route whilst incorporating delivery pit lane access/egress
  • Maintaining public access to the residential block at all times with minimal disruption Coordinating “just in time” deliveries through our Delivery Management System

  • Waste Management
  • Traffic Management
  • Site Management
  • Turnstiles, Access control

    Through good coordination with the facade trade contractor, we were able to minimise disruption to surrounding vehicle routes. We ensured that clear and defined storage areas and walkways on site were kept to a high standard, clear of obstructions and strictly managed to ensure a tight footprint. We focused too on the external presentation of the site and hoardings making sure that site visibility was acceptable to the residents. The project was delivered on time and without incident with our MadiganGill Logistics team receiving a Health & Safety Award and Supervisor of the Year Award from Wates for our dedication to achieving the highest standards on this project.


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