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Top Demolition Projects

Top Demolition Projects

When it comes to tearing things down, you need to make absolutely sure, that you never ever need or want to see that thing again… Let’s say, a building…

Demolishing a building may come with good reason, like a condemned building or just an unsafe environment all round.

I am 100% sure nobody ever wants anything in life to go wrong, but, just like anything in life, demolishing a building can be very unpredictable.

A lot can go wrong, even with the most meticulous planning. So much needs to be taken into account when planning to demolish a building.
Even more so if the least amount of damage to the surrounding area and the people involved is a concern.

Just like in rugby, because of the shape of the ball, it can go in the complete opposite direction than is planned. And might just cost you the game.

With this in mind, should it all blow up in the wrong direction, it would probably cost you much more than anticipated. And in some cases damage to someone else’s home and/or work.
This will then also lead to months of unnecessary construction work and relocation of people and/or companies.

Wasting time and money, does not bode well for the future of a company.

So, let us take a look at a disastrous outcome for a demolition project:

 

And since I would not like to leave you with that sour taste in your mouth, here are some adventurously, successful demolition projects:

 

Here we can see that some well-planned demolition projects can look absolutely stunning.
It comes with extreme precision, when planning such projects.

We have to keep in mind that where there is demolition in process, there will soon be something more modern and safe built in its place.
It goes to show that in life, we have to take the bad with the Good.

May this give you hope that not all things being demolished end disastrously.

 

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4 Responses

  1. Eldary Carpenter
    | Reply

    Very interesting!!!

  2. Patience Morapedi
    | Reply

    Hi Sasha

    I need to do a joint venture with a company thats have an expertise in demolotion the area is in the mine sites.is anyone interested doing joint venture .

    • Sasha Anderson
      | Reply

      Hello Patience,
      Thank you for getting in touch. You are welcome to use our Directory to search for companies to contact in regards to your requirements. We are not aware of anyone that may specifically be in the market as per your specifications. If you would like further assistance please email us on support@l2b.co.za

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