Enabling Works

Enabling Works


The first step to preparing a site for demolition and construction is enabling works.

Bath Demolition has all the tools, know-how and carefully prepared processes in place to make this vital stage possible. It’s a stage that can be overlooked by other companies, but for us it forms an important part of the foundations. We carry out enabling works for both small and large commercial projects. Each task, regardless of size, is completed with the utmost attention to detail. This not only prepares the area for the next stage, it also eliminates any potential issues for the future.

Our professional and highly skilled team offer a range of activities when approaching enabling words. These include:

  • Site preparation works
  • Temporary works including erecting hoarding and fencing
  • Façade retention
  • Propping
  • Disconnections of services
  • Removal of hazardous materials including remediation
  • Removal of vegetation
  • Custom fill
  • Piling mats

Each of these activities are completed to the highest of standards whilst adhering to all health and safety rules – even in the most challenging of environments. It fully prepares the site ahead of minor and major developments.

Enabling Works

Covering Gloucester, Cheltenham, Cardiff, Swansea, Taunton, Exeter, Swindon & Reading; at Bath Demolition we pride ourselves on providing the entire package from start to finish. The enabling works element of the project ensures that the remaining stages are safely and efficiently carried out. Our clients rely on us time and time again to complete the task with this in mind, which makes Bath Demolition highly reputable in the industry.

Once completed and all parties are satisfied, our team will then move onto the next stage of the construction. This includes civil works which includes aspects such as design, construction and maintaining the built environment. Each step in the process is carried out in house to give our clients confidence in the construction.

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Site Clearance is part of the Demolition Process carried out by the team at Bath Demolition. From Site preparation, to demolition and site clearance, Bath Demo can help

At Bath Demolition we promise to provide a high standard of service from start to finish. This includes the initial steps of working up to demolition and site clearance keeping in mind your every desire for the construction project including external factors such as environmental impact and waste management.

Concrete crushing machine from Bath Demolition Bristol, following the demolition our team follow through with concrete recycling

Any demolition project, no matter how big or small, will require some form of concrete crushing or concrete recycling.

Whether the concrete recycling project requires waste collection, the transportation of items to recycling sites or concrete crushing services. Covering Gloucester, Cheltenham, Cardiff, Swansea, Taunton, Exeter, Swindon & Reading; our decades of experience and reliable partnerships ensures that each client’s needs are dealt with to the highest of standards, whilst adhering to health and safety and remaining cost effective in equal measures.

Asbestos removal

Bath Demolition are expert asbestos removal contractors and take into account all health and safety precautions in line with the Environmental Protection Agency.

If you have discovered asbestos or suspect that there is some kind of exposure to asbestos on your site, our knowledgeable and highly skilled team can access the matter and proceed with caution. It’s understandable that you’ll want an easy, safe and pain-free way to remove the problem.

Remediation process

Bath Demolition pride themselves on providing the best outcome for our clients in the field of decommissioning and remediation.

The acquisition of land doesn’t necessarily mean that you can begin building straight away. With measures put in place to restrict construction by councils and conservation areas, our expert advice will help you get on the right track. As pressure on building land is mounted, brown field site regeneration and remediation are becoming more important.

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