We have undertaken some of the largest industrial projects throughout Australia, within the mining, petro-chemical and manufacturing industries.
A strong history of application of implementing safety standards and WHS regulations in schools, factories and office blocks including partial demolition of both occupied and unoccupied structures.
We are capable of undertaking small to large projects from one to multiple dwellings, including unit blocks, capable of working in confined areas, with unique site requirements.
Explosives and Blasting
We are the leading explosive demolition contractor in Australia who has successfully completed the execution of the largest structures in Australia.
Precision Demolition is licensed to carry out the removal of Bonded Asbestos and we use a highly qualified and licensed Friable Asbestos removal contractor which we have developed a close relationship over the past 15 years, ensuring we are capable of safely removing all asbestos containing materials encountered during demolition projects.
Precision Demolition adheres to all relevant state and national regulations, codes and health and safety legislation throughout the identification, management, removal and disposal of asbestos containing materials.
Asbestos Removal Services:-
- Asbestos Identification
- Bonded Asbestos Removal
- Friable Asbestos Removal
- Remediation of asbestos contaminated soils
Precision Demolition works closely with a highly experienced and qualified occupational hygienist sub contractor at all times during asbestos removal ensuring an independent overview of all aspects of our asbestos removal projects including Hazard Reports, Testing for asbestos containing materials, air monitoring and visual clearance reports.
Precision Demolition has successfully scuttled two former Australian Navy vessels, the Ex HMAS Canberra and Ex HMAS Adelaide for the use of recreational diving wrecks.
Our approach to the scuttling projects was to ensure that the scuttling charges when initiated would leave a clean and safe penetration in the hull that could be later used as a diver access to the vessel.
In researching the way in which previous vessels had been scuttled in the past Precision Demolition developed and engineered a unique method for scuttling charge placement and attachment to the inside of the vessels hull. By developing this unique method of attachment Precision Demolition has significantly reduced the overall explosive loading and placement, has eliminated the need for cumbersome timber attachment and bracing systems previously used and in doing so has significantly reduced the amount of materials being ejected from the vessel during the scuttling process.