With an emphasis on attention to detail, Feltham Groundworks Services Ltd undertakes demolition services to the highest standards. As an experienced demolition company, we provide all relevant services, including strip outs, non-licensed asbestos removal and site clearance. Whether you’re a homeowner, builder or property developer, we take on projects of every size in our hometown of Egham and all the surrounding areas, including Staines, Twickenham, Woking and East London. Our skilled demolition contractors uphold health and safety throughout every phase of the job, complying with regulations and controls.
At Feltham Groundworks Services Ltd, we understand that every job is different. That’s why we visit your site before starting work to determine the most safe and efficient way to carry out the job.
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There are several phases to demolition, with each including certain tasks to maintain safety and quality. The process prior to demolition includes the following:
A registered company carries out this survey, which highlights the presence of any asbestos. Our demolition contractors undertake non-licensed asbestos removal, but for larger quantities and higher risk work, it is necessary to bring in licenced contractors.
Some demolition projects will require planning permission from the local council. For example, to demolish pubs and other drinking establishments, you must apply for full planning permission. As an experienced demolition company, we advise on the requirements of your project in the Egham, Staines, Woking, Twickenham or East London areas.
Risk assessments are vital for maintaining health and safety throughout demolition. We undertake thorough assessments before and during your project for the ongoing safety of everyone on site and in the nearby vicinity. Compliant with CDM 2015, we prepare and submit numerous documents including site specific method statements, demolition phase plans and risk assessments.
It’s important to protect your site. Common ways to do this include hoarding fence panels and secure access systems. We supply a range of security and safety options, including warning signs and welfare facilities.
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Once your site in Staines, Twickenham, Woking, East London or the surrounding areas is secure and all necessary precautions are in place, our demolition contractors can begin demolition works. The first step to this involves, among other things, dust control, building strip outs and reclamation services. We then move on to demolishing the main structure using suitable methods and machinery.
• Tank removal above and below ground
• Temporary façade erection
• Hoarding with access gates erected
• Plant removal
• Full and partial strip outs
• Groundworks inclusive of contaminated material – Tarmac etc.
• Full and partial demolition
• Contaminated material removal – Asbestos, insulation etc
• Onsite concrete crushing machinery
• Licensed waste carriers
Before starting new building works, it’s essential to have the right ground preparation. Site clearance is also necessary to make room for new, modern buildings where existing structures are beyond repair.
As a dedicated demolition company, we provide an all-inclusive clearance service which ensures there are no subtle structures left behind, such as foundations. Your site is then ready for new buildings or establishments.
Feltham Groundworks Services Ltd offers site clearance nationwide.
We have a vast range of specialist equipment and vehicles which ensure we complete every aspect of our work to the highest standard. As well as demolition equipment, we have a fleet of mini diggers and grab lorries, which are ideal for site clearance and muck away.
In addition, we ensure all our demolition contractors have relevant personal protective equipment (PPE), such as safety gloves, hard hats and high visibility clothing.
Feltham Groundworks Services Ltd is a demolition company that takes an environmentally considerate approach. As such, we aim to recycle a minimum of 95% of materials from each demolition site.