Demolition

At MW Civil Earthworks, we offer full-range demolition services, including advanced mechanical solutions. We proactively pursue ongoing development of skills and equipment, suited to the changing needs of the industry.

We pride ourselves in our exemplary safety performance and premier level of service that attests to our commitment to safe and efficient practices. We are continually striving for technical excellence, and work towards maintaining and extending our commanding position in the industry.

A demolition work plan consists of variables that contribute to the success of a specific project. Contractors play a pivotal role in ensuring that the operational requirements are fulfilled.

As experienced industry leaders, we are thorough in the demolition process and apply consistent techniques throughout and according to site requirements.

Buildings like houses that are only two or three stories high, demolition is a rather simple process. The structures are pulled down either manually or mechanically utilizing hydraulic equipment, elevated work platforms, cranes, excavators or bulldozers.

On taller structures, high-reach excavators or wrecking balls can be used. The definitive steps that MW Civil Earthworks contractors take before demolition work includes, but is not limited to the following:
  • Asbestos abatement
  • Removing hazardous materials
  • Obtaining necessary permits
  • Submitting necessary notifications
  • Rodent baiting
  • Disconnecting utilities
  • Development of site-specific safety and work plans
  • Demolishing
  • Disposal of Rubble
  • Crushing for reuse of materials
Demolition

In addition to the above process that MW Civil Earthworks consistently applies, a demolition work plan is drafted for each and every client with the individual site requirements and specifications. A broad category of checklists also includes site location, structure description, emergency management, noise or vibration identification as well as the demolition sequence.

Get in touch with MW Civil Earthworks for more information.