DMC were appointed to carry out the reinstatement works of the ground floor and basement area and make some essential adjustments to the façade of the building.
Although the ground and lower ground floor premises were unoccupied for theduration of the works, the building on all other floors remained in full occupation, during workinghours. Site working hours had to be agreed with the contract administrator prior tocommencement on site.
Works involved : Strip out | Demolition | General Builders Works
Full strip-out of all M&E within a small industrial warehouse at 448A Basingstoke Road, Reading.
This project was completed out of hours and involved the strip out of 6 floors. DMC salvaged 55 tonnes of computer flooring for re-use elsewhere off site and removed 72 bins of reusable recycled waste.
The total of re-used materials for recycling was 259.2 tonnes the contents of all this were removed via a 6 man lift within time and budget.
DMC has successfully carried out two phases of enabling works at 12 Golden Square. This building was planned to be fully refurbished back to Cat A standard and required enabling works to be carried out prior to the main contractor reinstating the building ready for new tenants.
These enabling works were extensive and DMC was responsible for installing temporary fire alarms,
Extensive asbestos removal in a high profile Grade II Listed building off The Strand. Works involved 24 hours working to keep in line with the required programme constraints. This building had extensive asbestos elements which were quite complex in nature.
DMC was employed to carry out asbestos testing and then undertake the removal of hazardous items.
Due to the sensitivity of this building, DMC demolished the internal walls brick by brick, which was necessary in order to salvage materials to be either reused on the building or recycled.
This was a complex project which involved the installation of a temporary RMD system in order to provide safe protection of the retained facade of the building.
This redundant primary school was scheduled for demolition, as the developer had planning permission to replace this site with a special needs school for the local authority.
DMC completed these works on time and within budget managing the recycling of materials and producing around 90% of recycled building materials which were to be reused on the new development.
DMC was appointed to demolish a block of redundant industrial units providing intensive asbestos removal both internally and externally. These works included the removal of slab footings which were crushed to 6F1 and 6F2.
Through careful management during the deconstruction phase, DMC recycled 90% of the building materials
Due to the location of this project, adjacent to a busy High Street, DMC managed the delicate process of asbestos management, providing a safe environment for the surrounding area at all times.
This project involved very intensive asbestos removals within the floor ducts. Following analysis of the building’s internal element, it was discovered that