DEMOLITION PROJECT PLANNING
Our full scope demolition services include project planning, site preparation, demolition works, and site restoration. We use the latest equipment and technologies to ensure that all Sydney demolition work we do is completed to the highest standard.
ASBESTOS REMOVAL SYDNEY
JMT Civil are licensed and insured for both demolition (Demolition License #AD213785) and Sydney Asbestos Removal services (Asbestos Removal License #AD213679), and we are committed to providing the most environmentally friendly solutions to our clients. We recycle as many materials as possible and dispose of hazardous waste in accordance with all local and state regulations.
At JMT Civil, we understand that safety is of the utmost importance in any Sydney demolition work being undertaken, which is why we maintain strict safety procedures and protocols to ensure that all work is completed safely and without incident. Our team of experienced demolition experts are fully trained in all aspects of safety and are equipped with the latest safety gear and equipment.
DEMOLITION COMPANY SYDNEY – FAQ
Demolition is the process of dismantling, removing, and clearing unwanted buildings, structures, and other man-made objects. It is a critical component in construction, redevelopment, and urban renewal projects. Demolition requires a high level of expertise, knowledge of safety regulations, specialised equipment, and careful planning to ensure the demolition is conducted efficiently, safely, and with minimal impact on the environment.
In Sydney, demolition services are in high demand due to the city’s rapid growth and urbanisation. Demolition companies in Sydney are required in various industries, including residential, industrial, commercial, and public works sectors. Some of the industries that rely heavily on demolition services include property developers, builders, government agencies, and construction companies. Demolition services in Sydney can range from partial demolition of a building to full-scale demolition of large structures such as bridges, towers, and factories.
SYDNEY DEMOLITION PERMITS
Demolition in greater Sydney is governed by a set of strict regulations and council permits. These permits must be obtained before any demolition activity begins. The permits ensure that the demolition work is carried out safely and with minimal environmental impact. The relevant council permits also specify the type of materials that can be demolished and the methods of disposal permissible.
The specific demolition permits required to demolish a structure in Sydney can vary depending on the location and type of structure being demolished, and JMT Civil can help you navigate your way through this a minefield of council red-tape.
In general, the following permits may be required prior to your Sydney demolition job commencing:
- Development Approval (DA): A DA is a planning permit that is required before the demolition of any building or structure in Sydney. This permit is issued by the local council and ensures that the proposed demolition complies with local planning regulations and building codes.
- Construction Certificate (CC): A CC is a building permit that is required before any demolition work can commence. This permit is also issued by the local council and ensures that the proposed demolition work complies with the National Construction Code (NCC) and other relevant standards.
- Demolition Permit: A Demolition Permit is required to carry out any demolition work within the city of Sydney. This permit is issued by the local council and ensures that the proposed demolition work complies with all relevant Sydney safety and environmental standards.
- Asbestos Removal Approval: If the building or structure being demolished contains asbestos, an Asbestos Removal Approval is required. This permit is issued by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) and ensures that the asbestos is safely removed and disposed of.
It’s important to note that the requirements for demolition permits may vary depending on the location, size and type of structure being demolished. It’s recommended to consult with the local council and relevant authorities to ensure all necessary permits and approvals are obtained before commencing any demolition work.
JMT CIVIL – YOUR SYDNEY DEMOLITION EXPERTS
Sydney demolition work is inherently dangerous and requires a high level of expertise to ensure the safety of workers and the general public while the work is in progress. Some of the common hazards involved in demolition include exposure to asbestos, falling debris, structural collapse and potential environmental impact. JMT Civil have been performing Sydney demolition jobs for over four decades, so we have extensive experience in dealing with every aspect of the job, and can help you navigate any potential issues your demolition job may encounter.
How Long Does Demolition Work Take?
The time required to complete a demolition project in Sydney can vary depending on the size and complexity of the project. A small residential demolition project may take just a few days to complete, while a large-scale commercial demolition project can take several months. Factors that can impact the time required to complete a demolition project include the size of the structure (or structures), the complexity of the demolition process, the availability of equipment, the environmental and remediation requirements post the demolition itself, and of course, the weather.
At JTM Civil we not only provide Sydney demolition work, but we also do heavy haulage, excavation and earthwork, land clearing and site remediation. So, no matter what your company needs, JMT Civil are here to help!
Call JMT Civil Today
Contact JMT Civil today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you with your next project. Call us on (02) 9188 8494 or email us at email@example.com.