Cabinet office demolition
Demolition project overview
County Farm, Stoke Mandeville. Demolition of the former Cabinet Office training facility at County Farm, which was a large 1970s steel frame building including the slabs, foundations, hardstanding’s & removal of all below ground obstructions, crushing of all brick, concrete based material to 6F2 Grade for re-use within the local area.
Demolition project complexities
The buildings asbestos cement sheet outer skin had been over clad with upvc cladding, this needed to be removed before the asbestos removal could start. The building had laid empty for over 10 years and had been heavily vandalised and the surrounding area was extremely overgrown. During the demolition we utilised our dedicated dust fighter machines to combat the dust menace which is associated with demolition works so not to cause problems for the surround buildings and main road which were in close proximity to the site.
VALUE TO CLIENT
This project was delivered back 1 week early and within budget with an updated Ecology report for the site, enabling the client to hand back the site to the local authority. This project achieved a 98.5% recycle rate with over 1500 tons of brick and concrete being crushed to be re-used in the local area. The contract was carried out without any incidents or accidents.
Hankook Tyres was one of the distribution offices for Hankook Group. The building suffered a fire 3 years ago and Total Demolition Services has been appointed to completely demolish the building in January 2021
RBS Bank Demolition
Total Demolition Services are due to commence demolition works on the old RBS Bank in Lancaster in January 2021. The project includes asbestos removal, complete demolition and waste removal. The full case studies will be uploaded on completion.
Total Demolition Service have commenced the demolition works on the old barn in Clitheroe, Lancashire. The project includes removal of asbestos, and removal and disposal of the structure The full case study will be uploaded shortly.
The iconic mural on the side of Bridge House in Peterborough city centre has been successfully removed by Total Demolition Services, but the search to find a new home for it continues.
The former Acrow steel works site. Assisting and working alongside the Ecological people to remove, stockpile and seal large topsoil areas to the front of the site over a 3 week period.
Demolition of B&Q
Total Demolition has started the demolition works on a former hardware store as plans to regenerate the South Bank of the River Nene move into full swing. After knocking down the B&Q store.
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