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Mechanical and Soft Strip Demolition

As one of the UK’s leading Conventional Demolition suppliers, we are experts when it comes to the mechanical and soft-strip removal of traditional construction structures.

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Mechanical and Soft Strip Demolition

As one of the UK’s leading Conventional Demolition suppliers, we are experts when it comes to the mechanical removal of traditional construction structures such as concrete and steel frames, or load bearing masonry.

Our Soft-Strip service will systematically remove all non-structural furnishings inside and out; including partitions, walls, ceilings and fittings, as part of a wider, bespoke Demolition plan, facilitating any Mechanical Demolition activity or building refurbishments scheduled to take place.

We use only light machinery or hand strip your premises to ensure that the structure of your building will remain unaffected, and is fully prepared for ongoing works. This also includes the disconnection of any utilities where appropriate.

If any harmful materials (such as Asbestos) are exposed during the mechanical or soft-strip Demolition process, our in-house Environmental team will safely remove and dispose at one of our own Hazardous Waste facilities.

 

Soft Strip Demolition examples:

  • Removal of all floors, floor coverings
  • Non-load bearing partitions, internal walls
  • Staircase removal/disposal
  • Ceilings/false ceilings
  • Removal of various pipework
  • Door frames/architraves
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Soft Strip Delivery

Operating across all sectors, we have experience in delivering comprehensive conventional Demolition and soft-strip techniques in a variety of settings and applied to different structures; including (but not limited to) housing developments, hospitals, schools and colleges, industrial and commercial units.

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Material Recovery

Effective and efficient ‘soft stripping’ will reduce the amount of wasted materials, maximising recovery and recycling opportunities.

As a licensed waste carrier, we are committed to reducing the amount of waste that goes to landfill; simultaneously saving our clients money and improving their environmental contribution.

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Morris Homes

Demolition Testimonial

We're very impressed with the progress being made on the Demolition project at Gamlingay.Having visited the site, we were pleased to see how efficient and well organised the team were in delivering high quality Demolition works.

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Volker Fitzpatrick

Demolition Testimonial

We are very impressed with the Demolition works by the team at Lutterworth South. The site is set up well and they are doing a very professional job on the Demolition thus far.

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Morgan Sindall

Demolition Testimonial

The Mick George Demolition team conducted themselves fantastically during the works on site. They done a great job and we would have no hesitation recommending them.Even a member of the public complimented the way the team went about things and how neat and tidy the site was, something for all to be proud of.

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