Commercial Clients

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Lord’s Cricket Ground was surveyed during a short window in 2015 to ensure that the complex and varied legionella risks present in a large stadium were reported upon and the requisite remedial actions clearly stated. The surveys and reports were positively received and the Oakleaf team have been recommissioned to survey the site again in 2017.

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In September 2015 Oakleaf Surveying Ltd were commissioned by Interserve, the sites facilities management team, to undertake fire compartmentation surveys across HM Naval Base Devonport, the largest naval base in Western Europe.

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Lynemouth power station is a combined coal and biomass fired 420 mega watt power station that up until 2012 was owned by Rio Tinto. Oakleaf were commissioned to carry out a fire risk assessment of the 402 building and all of the associated power transformers together with providing a detailed assessment of building a far larger bio-mass store to hold all the bio-mass for a full station firing instead of co-firing with coal.

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Lynemouth power station is a combined coal and biomass fired 420 mega watt power station that up until 2012 was owned by Rio Tinto. Oakleaf were commissioned to carry out a detailed assessment of the whole of the Control Block together with LPG storage, Water Treatment Block, Oil Pump House and also identified the safe occupancy numbers within the Control Room.

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Lynemouth power station is a combined coal and biomass fired 420 mega watt power station that up until 2012 was owned by Rio Tinto. Oakleaf were commissioned to carry out a full fire risk assessment of the whole power station and included ever area of the site.

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