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Demolition is a skilled industry and also a highly regulated one, in terms of health and safety, and the Building Act 1984. Therefore, the techniques used to demolish buildings fall in line with best practice. It isn’t just a force of habit that sees demolition techniques...

With any demolition project, cost is a matter of scale. The bigger the demolition project, then generally the more it’ll cost. For example, the demolition of a high-rise is going to cost more than the demolition of a bungalow. Specialised services also affect the price of...

All building sites have utility infrastructure running underneath them. After a building is demolished, recovering this infrastructure is important to renew the ground for use and to offset demolition costs. Asset recovery involves identifying, removing, and selling any valuable materials in a demolition project. Underground assets...

When people think about demolition projects, they often imagine carefully-controlled explosions toppling large structures, or wrecking balls swinging into brick. While there are many forms of demolition available today, they're not all as dramatic as you might think. After all, there are projects in which...