Industrial Site Development

Site Preparation - Demolition - Excavation and Foundation Contractors

When it comes to civil engineering and construction on an industrial scale, we have the expertise and manpower to cover projects both large and small.  From one of the UK’s largest state-of-the-art recycling plant to a Sainsbury’s Local, we build on time and to budget. Our skills and experience have been developed over the last 50 years, allowing us to provide an extensive range of services in all forms of construction, groundworks and civil engineering contracting.  

And that includes any required air conditioning, electrical and plumbing installation, together with any necessary help with planning approval etc.

Our Demolition and Site Clearance Services Include:

  • Discovering and Removing Post tension
  • Removing Bridges and viaducts
  • Protection of listed or heritage buildings
  • Protecting any façades
  • Dismantling Industrial Machinery
  • Top-down controlled demolitions
  • More here

And as where necessary we can deploy

  • Specialist Demolition Machinery
  • Remote Controlled Machinery
  • Concrete and Brick Pulverisers and Crushers
  • And provide a full removal service of any waste

Making The Best Choice

When choosing a contractor to work with, it is important to have a comprehensive understanding of the process of clearing and preparing a site for industrial use and how the planning and other regulations work. There are many reasons why hiring a professional company is important. There are also many different types of demolition and site clearance services, and it pays to make sure you understand both.

Introduction to Industrial Demolition

Industrial demolition is the process of dismantling or destroying a commercial or industrial facility. This can include factories, power plants, bridges, and other large structures. The purpose of industrial demolition can vary, but it is usually done to make way for new construction or to remove hazardous materials from the site.

Types of Demolition Services

There are many different types of demolition services. Selective demolition is often used when there is a need to remove certain parts of a structure while leaving the rest intact. This method is commonly used when renovating or repurposing a building. For example, if you want to convert a warehouse into office space, selective demolition can be used to remove interior walls while leaving the outer walls and roof intact.

Total demolition, on the other hand, involves completely tearing down a structure. This method is often used when the building is beyond repair or when the owner wants to start from scratch. Implosion is a method of using explosives to bring down a structure. This method is often used when there is limited space around the structure or when the structure is too dangerous to be demolished using traditional methods.

Why Hire Professional Demolition Services?

There are several reasons why it is important to hire a professional demolition service. Firstly, professional demolition services have the expertise and experience to handle the job safely and efficiently. They also have the knowledge and tools necessary to identify hazardous materials and dispose of them properly. Plus their staff have the training to ensure that the job is done safely and without causing harm to anyone or anything nearby.

Secondly, professional demolition services have the specialised equipment necessary to get the job done quickly and efficiently. They also have access to heavy machinery such as excavators, bulldozers, and cranes, which are necessary for demolishing large structures.  Plus the know how and licences to remove hazardous materials and dispose of them properly.

Thirdly, professional demolition services are insured and licensed. This means that if something goes wrong during the demolition process, they are liable and responsible for any damages or injuries that may occur. If you were to attempt to do the demolition yourself, you would be responsible for any damages or injuries that may occur.

Other Associated Services Offered By Heming Services

Vegetation Clearance

As mentioned above, the purpose of demolishing any existing buildings and facilities is to prepare the ground for use in another way. But besides clearing buildings, it is often sometimes necessary to clear the vegetation in the area, something that can sometimes, with a very overgrown site, be quite a job.

Excavation Contractor

Clearing an industrial site usually entails removing most, if not all, of the existing foundations, something that will require the use of heavy excavation plant. This is no problem for Heming Services, as we have our own Plant Hire Division. Which allows us to offer excellent excavation services.

Foundation Installation

Once properly cleared and prepared, the site will be ready for its new use. This will more than likely entail the laying of some foundations. There are many types of foundations used today, including concrete and pile foundation installations.

Concrete Foundation Installers

Heming Services has an excellent reputation as a provider of foundation services of all types, having the necessary equipment, experience and knowledge.

Reasons Why You Should Chose Heming Services

Industrial demolition is a complex and potentially dangerous process that requires the expertise and experience of a professional demolition service provider. By choosing Heming Services, you can be sure that your job will be done safely, efficiently, and at a fair price.

We are also committed to recycling and reducing waste landfill when at all possible. Our crushing and screening machinery can be used to produce secondary aggregate material for later use. Plus the resources of the Heming Group enables us to safely remove all material and recycle it using our Waste Management and Recycling facilities.

Heming Services – The One Stop Shop

Whether you are looking for a full site clearance service or just the laying of foundations, we can provide everything you need, thus making the whole process so much easier: There is just one company to deal with and not many.

But don’t just take our word for it.  Our project Case Studies and Testimonials say it all!