Fire damage restoration

Controlled demolition means that any materials containing hazardous substances or pollutants are removed before the actual demolition takes place. The overriding purpose is to recycle as much of the building waste as possible. In addition, the building materials with a high degree of purity (steel, wood, brick, concrete etc.) are separated.

A planning phase that involves drawing up a demolition and disposal concept precedes the demolition of the building. As a rule, research and inspections need to be carried out.

In the course of controlled demolition, the sequence of steps taken for erecting a new building are carried out in the opposite order. It is important that, depending on the utilization, age, type of construction, size etc. of the equipment and/or object, a qualified and adequate assessment is made regarding the presence of hazardous substances in the fabric of a building.