Hughes and Salvidge have a wealth of decommissioning and demolition experience gained through our many years of working across a broad range of sectors. Our valued client base includes petrochemical and pharmaceutical companies, heavy industrial and manufacturing organisations, developers and main contractors, local authorities and utility companies.
Decommissioning health and safety
We operate under an integrated management system that addresses all elements of health, safety, quality and environmental Management. This system is audited by a UKAS approved audit organisation and is to BS EN ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 standards.
All activities undertaken by Hughes and Salvidge will be in accordance with the approved programme of work, phased operations and safe demolition techniques and the activities will be planned and undertaken in line with the Risk Assessments, Method Statements, Project Health and Safety Plan and Environmental Plan.
In line with all Hughes and Salvidge projects, continued project monitoring and progress evaluation will be conducted throughout the duration of the project. We believe in providing the safest, most practical and cost effective solution for strategic decommissioning. Applied project KPI’s are continuously monitored and client feedback incorporated thus providing optimum client satisfaction to budget and programme.
What does a decommissioning company do?
When a building / structure reaches the end of it’s lifespan it is required to properly be decommissioned before it’s demolished. A decommissioning company puts together the following:
- Decommissioning plan
- Decontamination and industrial cleaning
- Strip-out and removal
- Monitoring and progress evaluation
- Structural demolition works
- Survey and site handover
Read more about what decommissioning means.
Our client facing approach from initial budget costing through to final project completion ensures first class communication, client satisfaction and successful and safe project completion.
Our on-going investment in the latest plant technology provides a safer, sustainable and more environmentally friendly service.