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Ground sound

Concrete Railways

Health and safety tests were carried out to ensure noise and vibration from concrete breakers used to remove the existing slab did not exceed acceptable levels - the surrounding area is densely packed with homes and offices.

Trials in October last year revealed that only two of the 650 households nearby would have to be relocated over the Christmas period.

Remotely operated breakers were used to eliminate the danger to operators of white finger.

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