Recent Projects

"Cut & Carve" at Kingston Primark

This our most recent “cut & carve” we have completed at Kingston for RG Group for Primark in Eden St Kingston, It is worth watching a few times as a lot is going on even if it does not seem like it at times, approximately 1,880 tons of concrete in 157 x 20 yard hook lift bins. The heavily reinforced concrete beams, columns and slabs have been removed with a combination of wire, plunge wire, track sawing crunching and breaking out with a combination of remote control demolition machines.

Facial floor opening at Kimberly Clark

20L/m x 6L/m track sawn and robotically broken out with beams of 950mm x 500mm and corbels below wire sawn into sections for removal

Admiralty Walkway Pier in Dover

Truecut & Goody Demolition have also recently successfully removed a 500L/m cantilevered section of the Admiralty Walkway Pier in Dover’s Western docks adjacent to the very busy Cruise Terminal, with Truecut also drilling 300 holes 500mm deep into granite for the installation of the new handrail systems.

As per our health and safety policy, the operatives carrying out the drilling and sawing were at all times secured to a static line with harness and lanyard.

Over in the Eastern Docks we have been busy as usual with FM Conway on the Berth 6 refurbishment. Drilling, track sawing and bursting the heavily reinforced stair core, whilst also deep drilling the berth dolphins to anchor in the new ferry loading ramp frames.