High Reach Demolition
Our Demolition portfolio consists of multiple high-rise and multi-storey developments over and above the reach of standard equipment.
Within our fleet, we are armed with a number of high-reach excavators which can work up to heights of 31-metres; carrying attachments up to 3 tonnes; including crackers, pulverisers, metal cutting shears, hydraulic breakers, grapples, grabs or re-handling buckets.
Irrespective of the project or structure, the sequence of our Demolition is characterised by care, attention to detail and meticulous planning.
High risk structures frequently require strengthening and a specific sequence of Demolition to ensure lateral stability is maintained throughout the process; all of which will be appraised at the outset of the project to mitigate any risks. As will any specialist ground investigation, structural surveys, 3D design modelling, and AutoCAD drawings.
High Reach Capabilities
The plants’ versatile configurations have in recent times tackled the most demanding and heavy tower blocks, office blocks, chimneys, masts and silos.
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.
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.
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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