Completing full and partial demolition of structures in accordance with BS6178:2011, the code of practice for demolition, Beecroft Demolition are competent in the demolition disciplines detailed below. During the demolition process careful consideration is taken of the sites constraints, with the focus on minimising the impact of demolition on the surroundings of any site. With environmental considerations including noise, dust, and vibration control at the forefront of our process when carrying out any demolition project.
Our services include:
The removal of all non-structural elements from within buildings, strip out works are completed in line with clients requirements, with arisings segregated on site for subsequent disposal, maximising recycling opportunities where possible.
The demolition of structures utilising conventional plant and equipment, works controlled in each instance with necessary mitigation measures put in place dependent upon site constraints.
Comprising works including structural alteration and partial demolition, often utilised in the repurposing of existing structures as opposed to full demolition.
The controlled demolition of structures, often high rise, where conventional demolition methods are not possible due to site constraints, structures are reduced on a floor by floor basis, from within a scaffold enclosure, enveloping the structure during deconstruction.
The removal of ground slabs and foundations of structures following the clearance of buildings, and including the removal of site coverings and hard standings.
The probing of the site following demolition activities, providing assurances that the site is clear of obstructions to requisite depth, enabling follow on construction activities to commence.
The crushing of site won hardcore arisings, reducing waste from site and maximising the recycling percentages from demolition works. Material can be crushed to specified grades, enabling reuse on site for any follow-on construction works. All crushed arisings are tested and graded to ensure status for future use.
The removal of plant and equipment from within structures, processed to enable recycling where possible. Works also include the salvage where possible of materials from structures scheduled to be demolished which can be salvaged or repurposed, inclusive of structural steel, hardcore arisings, brick and masonry elements, timber.