Project management of your gas disconnection fully considers your overall schedule and other ongoing works onsite as to not disrupt or affect your delivery plan.

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Gas Disconnections

Speedy but safe disconnection of existing gas infrastructure that may be crucial to the schedule of your wider project is our primary objective. Led by customer feedback, we aim to deliver a disconnection in half the time of the Gas Networks.

Gas infrastructure will be disconnected by GIRS and Gas Safe registered engineers to gas safety and compliance standards. In addition to the gas being disconnected, we can remove the gas meter and then purge and remove the existing gas outlet pipework.

We understand that gas disconnections are normally a vital part of a wider demolition or redevelopment schedule. Therefore project management of the disconnection fully considers your overall schedule and other ongoing works onsite as to not disrupt or affect your delivery plan.

Single domestic gas disconnections

Although relatively straightforward to disconnect, existing domestic gas connections can be a significant hindrance to a demolition or redevelopment schedule if unplanned. Our designers will identify the optimum disconnection point in line with gas safety standards.

Multiple domestic gas disconnections

Working with you, we will identify the optimum disconnection method to cut off multiple gas supplies in the fastest and most cost-effective way, whilst ensuring gas safety standards are achieved.

Single and multiple commercial disconnections

In addition to cutting off commercial gas installations, we will purge and remove ancillary gas equipment (gas meters and gas outlet pipework).

Fulcrum product development manager Craig McGlone explains the advantages of rapid gas disconnections to businesses involved in site demolition, redevelopment or regeneration works.

Fast Gas Disconnections (video)

In this video, Fulcrum product development manager Craig McGlone explains the advantages of rapid gas disconnections to businesses involved in site demolition, redevelopment or regeneration works.

“In the past, many customers traditionally turned to the large gas networks to meet their gas disconnection needs,” said Craig. “The problem is that before they will actually start work, networks wait until they’ve amassed a sizeable group of disconnection jobs in a specific locality.

“A typical client might be left waiting two months for a site disconnection - causing development delays, potential financial penalties and a variety of other issues when building cannot be resumed until a disconnection is completed. Now there’s a reliable Fulcrum alternative,” explains Craig.

“We know that time is money so we’ve listened to customers and introduced the kind of rapid response disconnection service with the flexibility that ensures build programmes are no longer disrupted by long lead times.

“Safety and customer convenience remain paramount but, using Fulcrum, tight work schedules can now be protected.”

Gas disconnection works as part of a regeneration project at Fulham Palace and the surrounding Bishops Park.

Fulham Palace & Bishops Park

Fulham Palace F9

Fulcrum was commissioned to complete gas disconnections to the four existing services supplying gas to Fulham Palace and the surrounding Bishops Park while regeneration works were carried out. We worked closely with our customer during the works to ensure we delivered to their preferred timescales at each stage of the project. Read more

 

Disconnection of numerous gas risers varying from 1" to 3" in diameter feeding the traditional tenement/office block in Glasgow City Centre.

Tontine Buildings

Tontine R1080

Renovation of this historic listed building in Glasgow's Merchant City had a strict deadline and we were required to disconnect numerous gas risers, varying from 1" to 3" in diameter, to ensure key delivery dates were achieved. Read more

 

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