Demolition is referred to the process where a building or artificial structure is dismantled through a controlled and pre-planned method. Old buildings are demolished to create space for new buildings, or for safety purposes. Demolition involves different processes, all of which involve adequate training and qualifications. The nature of the building will determine the particular method of demolition to be deployed.
You may be required to pay a fee to the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) once you’ve submitted your demolition plan and application form to your local council.
Any gas, electricity, or water supply is disconnected from your property before any demolition work commences. Telecommunication lines, such as telephone lines or NBN infrastructure should be disconnected also.
This stage is imperative to ensure that demolition workers don’t come across live wires or plumbing and damage any existing pipes. Cutting through live wires or pipes may create a safety hazard for workers on site and affect water or electricity supply to your neighbors.
Explosive or non-explosive methods
Implosion of buildings – Most effective, but used in less than 1% of cases.
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