The intricacy of the demolition process is a function depending on the size and complexity of each project. For times when explosive demolition is inappropriate, mechanical methods are applied. Small-scale demolition projects involving low-rise structures can be carried out using ordinary machinery and methods.
Larger structures and complex projects require more extensive planning, as well as specialized procedures and machinery. When valued assets are present at the demolition site, it is essential to recover these items in order to lessen the cost of demolition for the client. This often involves careful dismantling of plants and equipment to recover the assets for reused by the client.
One of our dismantling jobs was the Suez Lime Plant, which
consists of 6 kilns, 3 crushers, 1 mill packing plant using different
Mobile cranes with capacities varied from 120 tons, to 500 tons excavator forklifts using 20.000-manday, lasting (22 weeks). This was executed under (BUREAU VERITAS) supervision with zero accidents.