Salima have once again been back at the Olympic park working with Slick to dismantle the tiered seating on Eton Manor. The venue held the paralympic tennis during the games and was one of the first Olympic projects Salima worked on. Starting nearly two years ago, Salima helped to deliver the biggest overlay project the world has ever seen, and did so ahead of schedule. Once the Legacy refurbishment is complete Eton Manor will become the National Hockey Centre.
Chris Coles (operations manager for Salima) : "It's great to be back on the park at one of the first Olympic venues Salima were involved with and to be asked back to be a part of the dismantle is an honour. It shows that all the hard work and dedication of the crew does not go unnoticed".