What does the process for factory and warehouse demolition involve?
The initial step in the process is to perform a comprehensive survey of the buildings, which will inform a strategy for dismantling and demolition. This inspection will entail identifying the materials used in the building’s construction, evaluating the presence of hazardous materials like asbestos, examining the shared drainage and utilities with other buildings, and assessing the impact of the project on the local community. These particulars will help us in our planning and scheduling for the demolition.
The plans for industrial demolition will include appropriate techniques, the order in which they will be used, health and safety procedures, and a waste management plan, which will provide clarity to all stakeholders about each stage of the process.
Before the demolition of the industrial site, we provide a complete strip-out service that involves removing all partitions, equipment, fixtures & fittings, stairways and flooring. Based on the requirements of the project, we may also take apart and strip windows, doors, internal walls, electrics, air conditioning and machinery. These components can be salvaged and repurposed in new structures.
Once the building is vacant and the utilities are disconnected, we commence the dismantling of the exterior structure, following the project’s specifications.