Previous Projects

Over the years, Heatherwood Risk Management have worked on some exciting projects which gives us a unique insight and standard of service. Below, you will see what we were able to do on these projects. 

Pendley Manor Hotel 

"Heatherwood Risk Management’s consultancy services have been called upon on many occasions over a period years, primarily in the planning and execution of both internal and external construction and refurbishment works.

Heatherwood Risk Management have always been responsive, and given solid advice, balancing the safety imperative with the practicalities of working in a live environment. Following the initial set up, I have been impressed by his ad-hoc site visits, and regular telephone calls to check on progress. On identifying a potential issue, he is quick to suggest and help implement a viable solution, which has included onsite training when required. A particular strength is Heatherwood Risk Managements ability to explain the reasoning for a particular course of action to both management and the contractor’s team – thus aiding understanding as to 'why' ensuring the commitment of those concerned to a safe and practical working environment.

I have no doubt that we shall continue to work with and benefit from Heatherwood Risk Management’s advice and expertise."

David Roberts, General Manager, Pendley Manor

www.pendley-manor.co.uk 

 

Other projects that Heatherwood Risk Management have worked on include; 


Manchester United

HWRM were called upon to undertake the health and safety for the Old Trafford Stadium extention and ticket office build. 

 

St Pancreas International

HWRM worked with the MET police for the health and safety of the full referbishment of St Pancras international.  

 

The Shard 

HWRM worked on the health and safety of demolition projects connected with the stunning new Shard building.

 

T5 Heathrow Airport

HWRM worked with the MET police as the CDM coordinator. 


Wellingborough Hindu Temple

HWRM managed the Temple build in Wellingborough.