Enermech Demolition & Asbestos Removal, Aberdeen

December 1, 2010

A recently completed project saw Burnfield Demolition travelling north to Aberdeen to carry out demolition of existing offices and warehousing to make way for a new build facility for our rapidly expanding client, Enermech Ltd.

Demolition could not commence until large quantities of Asbestos Insulation Board was removed, this had been used as fire protection to the steel frame of the structure. During this process Burnfield Demolition’s technical team produced drawings and detailed method statements for lodgement with Aberdeen City Council for the granted Demolition Warrant.

Demolition involved the careful separation of the structures to be demolished from those which were remaining for refurbishment, this was completed by hand with steelwork being cut with spark free reciprocating saws in sensitive areas and oxygen/propane flame cutting equipment used for the larger steel sections.

Although the site was over 150 miles from our headquarters our Project Managers ensured timely site visits and our in house safety audit system ensured no incidents occurred whilst works progressed on this extremely busy site.