Demolition Hub

Demolition is a complex process that requires careful planning, expertise, and adherence to safety regulations. By understanding the different methods and considering key factors, successful and safe demolition projects can be carried out.

Welcome to the Demolition Hub

Demolition is a complex process that involves the careful dismantling or destruction of structures, buildings, or infrastructure. Learn about the various methods of demolition, the importance of hiring professional demolition services, and how it contributes to urban development.

Hiring professionals ensures safety, adherence to regulations, and proper waste disposal. Discover the benefits of recycling and reusing materials in demolition projects. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the demolition process and its significance in the field of construction and urban development.

In conclusion, demolition is a crucial process in the field of construction and urban development. By understanding the various methods and the importance of hiring professional services, you can ensure the safe and efficient execution of your demolition project.

Demolition

What is demolition?

The process involves Rotational hydraulic shears and rock-beakers attached to specialist excavators are also used to cut or break through wood, cut steel and crush concrete which reduces the structure to a rubble 

What is a premature collapse?

TPremature collapse of these structures is one of the main causes of serious injuries resulting from demolition activities. The most common type of incidents is the lack of planning before commencement

Demolition hazards

If a demolition project is well planned the risks of injury and death can be minimised. It should be emphasised that the planning and execution of a demolition project should only be done by appropriately competent persons.

What is a section 80 demolition notice?

If your considering demolishing an existing building you will need to submit a demolition, Section 80 Notice together with your (RAMS) to your local authority according to section 80 

What is a pre-demolition survey

When a building is to be demolished the (non-domestic) client (usually the property owner) has a duty to provide pre-demolition information to the designer and contractor. This will involve a pre-demolition investigation and survey. 

How to manage asbestos in demolition

One of the key issues arising in demolition these days is asbestos. Widely used in construction projects by previous generations, asbestos is now accepted as the UK’s largest occupational killer and there are strict guidelines for the safe removal 

How to manage your demolition project

Where any redundant building, structure plant has contaminated flammable materials, precautions must be observed to avoid fires and explosions. Specialist advice must be required to identify any residual 

What is manual demolition?

Among the methods, manual demolition is found to be most applicable for most sites, especially for areas located in the urban zone. The safety of the demolition process would greatly depend on the type of procedure used.

What is non explosive demolition?

You do not need explosives for every demolition job. Most people assume that for a demolition to be a demolition there is a need for a kaboom. It does not have to be that way

Structural demolition

Structural demolition is not a walk in the park. Total Group is well placed to deliver a safe, environmentally friendly and a budget wise project. We focus on a process that will assist you to salvage and recycle material for reuse.

What is high risk demolition?

The building contractor needs to make a thorough risk assessment to look for both risks and hazards. Control measures are then implemented to prevent any accident that could be fatal. 

Controlled demolition methods

If you have a large building that requires demolishing, you cannot rely solely on manual demolition to get the project completed. There is only so much that a team of demolition contractors.

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