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Demolition & Dismantling: Prevention & Control Measures – Part 1

As one of the top demolition contractors Nottingham has to offer, ProDEM know that one of the biggest continued challenges facing demolition projects is that of the prevention and control of potential dangers. Demolition is a dangerous construction and, as such, needs strict attention payed at all times to ensure a safe working environment. This…

August 4, 2016 Read this update »

2028-2035: An Asbestos Free World

Asbestos was widely used in construction for many years before the downsides and hazards of using it were finally realised. Asbestos remains in many buildings around the UK. Pubs, houses and even schools could still contain asbestos today. Recent times have unearthed the dangers of asbestos, and many establishments have had it removed, but now…

June 4, 2016 Read this update »

Demolition: Achieving a Reclamation-Led Approach – Part 2

Reclamation is growing more and more important, and here at ProDEM, we are looking to maximise the amount of reclaimed products on every job, to help the demolition industry learn how to become more sustainable, cost effective and beneficial to the environment. It is of growing importance to educate those involved in any demolition project,…

May 16, 2016 Read this update »

Demolition: Achieving a Reclamation-Led Approach – Part 1

With increasing concern on the impact landfill sites have on the environment, reclaiming and recycling items has never been more important. An estimated 90 million tonnes of waste are produced by the construction and demolition industry in the UK each year, with approximately 69% of this recycled or reused.   Here at ProDem, our teams…

April 27, 2016 Read this update »

Demolition: Achieving a Reclamation led approach – Part 1

With increasing concern on the impact landfill sites have on the environment, reclaiming and recycling items has never been more important. An estimated 90 million tonnes of waste are produced by the construction and demolition industry in the UK each year, with approximately 69% of this recycled or reused.     Here at ProDem, our…

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Asbestos Removal 101 – Your Guide To Everything You Need To Know: Part 2

  Last month, we explained what asbestos is, the dangers it presents, and what you should do if you suspect it to be in your home – read the full article here. In the second part of everything you need to know about asbestos removal, our team have put together a guide on how asbestos…

March 10, 2016 Read this update »

Asbestos Removal 101 – Your Guide To Everything You Need To Know: Part 1

    Here at ProDEM, we’re always happy to share our industry knowledge with our customers, keeping them up to date with the correct safety procedures when it comes to any hazardous building materials that can be found during demolition or renovation work. Last month we provided an overview of the risks of asbestos, so…

February 25, 2016 Read this update »

Asbestos In Homes: The Hidden Health Hazard

  Asbestos is a mineral fibre that was commonly used in industrialisation from the mid-19th Century up until 1999, when a total ban was imposed due to the link made between the substance and serious health risks. Before the ban, asbestos was widely used in both domestic and commercial buildings due to it’s properties of…

January 27, 2016 Read this update »

Demolition: Breathing New Life into Old Buildings

Demolition is often only considered for it’s main purpose; the safe demolition of old buildings. However, what is often not discussed is the aftermath, and why the building was demolished in the first place. Demolition clears room for new and exciting buildings, improving upon what was once there. We’ve listed a few examples from across…

December 24, 2015 Read this update »

The Safest Way To Remove Asbestos

  Asbestos was commonly used throughout the 20th Century for fireproofing and insulation on a large commercial scale, and as a naturally occurring mineral, was an easy resource to use. However, asbestos is now known to be potentially deadly, and can cause lung diseases such as lung cancer and asbestosis if you are exposed to…

November 12, 2015 Read this update »

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Daryl Green, Wates Construction

Wates Construction, December 10, 2014

Pro Dem worked on a demolition contract in Worksop for Wates on a new bus station we are constructing. This was in September this year.

I myself had never worked with them, ...

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