Since 1958, Jennings has provided factory demolition services. Some of the earliest demolition projects we worked on were textiles and cotton mill factories built during the Industrial Revolution. Today, these characterful buildings tend to be saved for repurposing, with buildings constructed later primed for demolition.
Factory demolition is necessary so that new construction can begin. Many of Britain’s manufacturers shut down in the 80s and 90s. This process left behind hundreds of derelict buildings and land with no purpose.
The service we provide is efficient and fully managed, from survey and demolition to waste management and remediation. We can demolish any factory, whether it is built from steel, brick, stone or all three.
Jennings has over 50 years’ experience demolishing factories. We brought down several milling factories in the 50s and 60s to pave way for the new generation of concrete-built and steel factories which we tend to demolish today.
Our vast experience in demolition means we are able to recommend the most efficient and cost-effective ways to bring down a factory. This enables you to achieve what you want with as little disruption, delay and expense as possible.
Depending on what the factory is constructed from and its location in the environment, we may recommend implosion as a means to bring the factory down quickly, or machine demolition to bring it down in stages. Most projects require a combination of techniques to ensure the safety of workers and project efficiency.
We are happy to discuss your project in detail on the phone and provide advice. As demolition experts, we are here to help.