Sub-surface rubble clearance

Usually successful demolition is followed by a sub-surface rubble clearance and levelling of the construction site. This involves the demolition of the foundations, the recovery and emptying of tank facilities, the clearance of explosive ordnance and the removal of any debris.

Depending on the history of the site a possible contamination of the soil has to be taken into consideration. A high level of contamination in or around the building can lead to costs which may well exceed the value of the premises.

As in all other areas of demolition a conscientious and thorough method of operation is required here. An examination of the accruing and present substances prior to the commencement of work offers protection against surprises of this kind and can be helpful in the purchase decision and the pricing.