Duxford Aerodrome was built during the First World War and was one of the earliest Royal Air Force stations. In 1924, under reorganised Home Defence arrangements, RAF Duxford became a fighter station, a role it was to carry out with distinction for 37 years.
Today, the Imperial War Museum is established as the European centre of aviation history, the historic site, outstanding collections of exhibits and regular world renowned air shows combine a unique museum where history really is in the air.
We were commissioned by the Imperial War Museum to remove asbestos insulation debris and residues from various loft spaces and the removal of various collapsed ceilings from adjacent rooms. All ceilings were reinstated and all pipework services reinsulated on completion.
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