When a building is to be demolished, we first make sure to secure the area and disconnect it from all infrastructure. The first step in the demolition process is the manual cleaning up of hazardous substances. Next the building is stripped of everything that can be environmentally decommissioned, before specially designed machines demolish the actual structural shell. To save environmental as well as transport and landfill costs, the bulk material can be used to refill the construction pit or increase the height of the terrain. All remaining waste is sorted at the source and delivered to an approved reception facility.
Larger structures are levelled by blasting or using machines, or a combination of both methods. We have demolished and removed several of the tallest, largest and heaviest chimneys, bridges and quays in the country.
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