demolition


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Synonyms for demolition

Synonyms for demolition

the act of demolishing

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Multi-system Construction and Development Corporation JV for the demolition.
Our dedicated team of professionals has a unique combination of experience, technical skill and expertise which means we are capable of managing all aspects of demolition, licensed asbestos removal, dismantling, decommissioning, asset recovery, recycling and ground remediation, whether it be on an industrial scale for a multi-national organisation, or a more local project for a Local Authority.
Many people know about the company's services in house demolition, commercial strip-outs and backyard cleanouts for subdivision purposes but not so much about their recycling friendly demolition program.
He was the co-author of the Top Down Demolition guidance notes published by the National Federation of Demolition Contractors (NFDC).
Based on our experience as a key partner and principal author in the development of successfully implemented demolition standards for the $1 billion, 88-acre East Baltimore Development Inc.
In Beit Hanina, demolition of a residential house of 65 Sq.
Meanwhile, demolition operative 3 (top man/woman) does all the tasks above and cuts steel frames at heights, strips fragile roof coverings and instructs others in safe practice.
You do not need any formal qualifications to become a demolition operative, but employers may look for qualifications such as GCSEs (A-D) in maths, English, and design and technology or vocational awards such as the Edexcel Introductory Certificate/ Diploma in Construction.
Demolition specialists destroy many structures that should be saved.
Most of these materials are received through donations from supply stores, contractors and demolition crews that want to avoid disposal fees.
It wouldn't affect demolitions, which the city has less authority to limit.
The availability of equipment also pushed Progress Metals to a more controlled approach to demolition.
Frequently, in demolishing a structure, there can be costs other than those of demolition itself; how are they treated?
Japan's largest demolition company, Watanabe Kaitai Kogyo has already placed an order for the first machine.
6m, putting it ahead of all other UK demolition contractors in the annual D&RI listing and making it one of the most successful companies in Wales.