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A worker blasts out concrete at a car park refurbishment scheme at London's Heathrow airport.

Main contractor Taylor Woodrow is using hydrodemolition techniques to take out concrete around the floor slab rebar at car parks 1A and 1B at the airport.

It will then install cathodic protection in a bid to extend the car park's working life by 20 years.