As part of a larger design and build project, Swann Engineering Group Ltd have undertaken the demolition and removal, along with recycling of two 25-metre tall steel structures, which each housed two 12m x 3m advertising light boxes.
Each structure weighed in excess of 8 tonnes and was dismantled by being cut into predetermined sections from the top down to counteract any flex within the steel arches.
Access to the higher levels of the arches was enabled via a crane supporting the weight the structure, with industrial cutting equipment being manually operated from an adjacent cherry picker.
With each removed section – including the light boxes – carefully lowered to the ground, heavy duty cutting equipment was then implemented to convert these sections into more manageable sizes which were then transported away to a licensed recycling and reclamation facility.
From the start of our time on site to the transportation of the dismantled structure, this project was completed within 5 working days.
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