Programmed Facilities and Housing New Zealand
Greater Wellington Region
Since July 2015
Ongoing Asbestos Removal and Maintenance


Asbestos or Demolition Best Practice under $20k

Programmed Facilities and Housing New Zealand

Project Overview

ATL Group have been an approved contractor of Programmed facility Management for over 3 years since the merging of the Wellington Office (formerly All Asbestos and Insulation).

ATL complete both planned, routine maintenance and emergency works for Programmed across HNZ’s housing portfolio.

Often ATL Group are working to KPI’s imposed on Programmed by HNZ, who sets tight deadlines to ensure tenants can return to damaged homes and making sure the housing stock they do have is safe and habitable.

ATL also have to work around other contractors both enabling and following on from asbestos removal, ensuring jobs are programmed correctly and completed on time.

ATL also have to work with sensitive people, some with mental illness and social issues. All ATL Group’s project team are inducted, randomly drug tested and trained in HNZ and Programmed standard operating system.

ATL Group completed asbestos fly tipped waste, removed paper backed vinyl floor, non-friable floor tile and fibrolite cladding as “regular” asbestos removal projects throughout Wellington and up the Kapiti Coast.

Please summarise the initial scope of the project including any specific requirements or details that made this project unique or challenging.

Specifically ATL are challenged by the quick turn around of the projects, from receiving the enquiry, scoping and pricing the work to notification and drawing up the ARCP, mobilising the site team and completing and uploading the documentation on to Programmed’s CRM system Loc8.

ATL are also sometimes presented with difficult tenants and homeowners who are often unhappy with a contractor removing asbestos from their property.

Scope of Work

ATL have a designated team assigned to Programmed works, who have had specific in house training for working inside domestic houses, specifically taking measures to reduce the damage of erecting enclosures and also communicating with tenants.

The teams are kitted out with tools and equipment for work within peoples homes, including information letters and a “helpline” for concerned stakeholders to contact.

ATL have staff of different cultures and ethnicity who can often communicate to the tenants in their native language - putting the tenant at ease.

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