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CWBC's Expertise Highlighted in Manchester Evening News: Addressing the Risk of Crumbling Concrete


In the ever-evolving landscape of construction and building consultancy, staying ahead of emerging challenges is essential. Recently, Clarke & Watt Building Consultancy (CWBC) had the privilege of being mentioned in a Manchester Evening News article addressing a pressing concern - the risk posed by crumbling concrete structures. In this blog post, we dive into the article and highlight CWBC's role in addressing this significant issue.


The Manchester Evening News Article: The Manchester Evening News article titled "Crumbling Concrete Poses Risk to Enormous Number of Buildings" sheds light on the alarming issue of deteriorating concrete structures in Greater Manchester and beyond. The report outlines the potential risks associated with these structures, including structural instability and safety concerns for occupants and the public.

CWBC's Expertise in Building Consultancy: At CWBC, our commitment to providing top-tier building consultancy services aligns perfectly with the challenges highlighted in the Manchester Evening News article. We have a team of skilled professionals who specialise in structural assessments, including concrete structures.


Key Highlights from the Article:

  1. Pervasive Issue: The article emphasises the widespread nature of the problem, affecting a substantial number of buildings. This highlights the urgency of addressing the issue.

  2. Structural Assessments: CWBC's expertise in conducting comprehensive structural assessments plays a crucial role in identifying and evaluating the condition of concrete structures. Our assessments encompass a range of factors, including structural integrity, material condition, and safety considerations.

  3. Risk Mitigation: By identifying potential risks and providing actionable recommendations, CWBC helps clients mitigate the dangers associated with crumbling concrete structures. This includes remediation plans, repair strategies, and ongoing monitoring to ensure safety and compliance with regulations.

  4. Community Safety: The article underscores the importance of ensuring the safety of communities living and working in and around affected buildings. CWBC's commitment to safety aligns with this vital aspect of our work.

CWBC's Ongoing Efforts: The mention of CWBC in the Manchester Evening News article highlights our continuous efforts to contribute positively to the construction and building consultancy industry. We remain dedicated to addressing challenges such as crumbling concrete structures and helping our clients make informed decisions to safeguard their properties and communities.


Conclusion: The Manchester Evening News article serves as a reminder of the ever-evolving landscape of challenges in the construction industry. CWBC's mention underscores our commitment to providing expert building consultancy services and ensuring the safety and integrity of structures in Greater Manchester and beyond. As we continue to navigate these challenges, our dedication to excellence remains unwavering.


To learn more about CWBC's services or discuss how we can assist with your building consultancy needs, please do not hesitate to reach out.

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