Category: ProDEM Demolition & Asbestos Ltd

Ways to Use Reclaimed Bricks

6th November 2016 by ProDEM

If you’re looking for a unique building material which is environmentally friendly and adds character to your property, reclaimed bricks are definitely worth considering. But reclaimed bricks aren’t exclusively reserved for big projects, there are plenty of interesting, creative ways to use reclaimed bricks for smaller DIY purposes, too. This month we’re looking at some […]

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Demolition & Dismantling: Prevention & Control Measures – Part 2

19th August 2016 by ProDEM

As one of the top demolition contractors Nottingham has to offer, ProDEM are always dedicated to making sure that all demolition projects are carried out safely and efficiently. Last month we looked at risk assessment and the issues to consider before work begins. We continue our 3 part article about demolition and dismantling: prevention and […]

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Demolition: Achieving a Reclamation led approach – Part 1

27th April 2016 by ProDEM

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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Demolition: Achieving a Reclamation-Led Approach – Part 1

by ProDEM

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 […]

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

10th March 2016 by ProDEM

  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 […]

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Demolition and Site Clearing: An Insight

26th October 2015 by ProDEM

As a leading demolition company, our contractors are frequently hired to demolish old buildings from garages to tower blocks, to make way for new designs. We also clear the site of the debris, and are expertly trained to carry out the safe removal of asbestos. We’ve outlined an insight into what goes into a demolition […]

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Demolition Training Initiative Gets the Green Light

25th September 2015 by ProDEM

    Here at ProDEM, our staff are experts at what they do. That’s why every contract we work on is of the highest quality, and no job is too big or too small. Of course, extensive training is required in order to carry out the work we do, so new opportunities for others to […]

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Grand Designs on a Budget

26th August 2015 by ProDEM

  With consistently rising housing prices, increasing numbers of people are turning to alternative solutions to get into the housing market. One of such alternatives are self builds, which save money and allow homeowners complete control over the design and build of their new home. Here at ProDEM, we’re on hand to demolish old structures […]

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Design for Deconstruction

5th April 2015 by ProDEM

Prior to any building work taking place, careful consideration must be made during the design and planning stages to ensure the building can be dismantled and demolished quickly and efficiently when required. It’s important that engineers and architects bear in mind that deconstruction is more than just the end of the building’s useful life. Premises […]

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Demolition and Relocation in Nottingham

31st March 2015 by ProDEM

  Safe demolition and relocation is a key part of improving local neighbourhoods and city centres. It can be an efficient, cost-effective way of transforming areas which need updating and dealing with older properties from the 1960s and 1970s which have become too expensive to maintain.   Nottingham City Homes, who manage Nottingham City Council’s […]

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