DEMEX was engaged by the mill operator to undertake demolition of the crushing house, tank farms, factory workshops and offices, molasses tank, clarification tanks, processing area, sugar storage shed, and tanks. Asbestos removal works also formed part of the project scope.
DEMEX was engaged to carry out the decommissioning, demolition and disposal of the gold processing Old Blayney Dewatering Plant in Blayney, western New South Wales.
DEMEX was engaged by Australian Munitions to demolish 43 buildings in the Mulwala Explosives Facility in regional New South Wales.
DEMEX was engaged as the principal contractor for the high-risk demolition package at the Mulwala Explosives Facility.
Demolition of decommissioned Collingwood Tin Processing Plant near Cooktown in north QLD
Whether you’re leading a government project, a principal contractor, or project owner needing an independent contractor for demolition services and decommissioning, we understand the challenges of just getting to ground zero for your project. Our decommissioning and demolition capability extends to:
We recognise every project is unique and formulate an approach accordingly, bringing our skills, experience, and professionalism to deliver successful outcomes on time and within budget.
Safe and effective decommissioning project completion
Decommissioning and demolition is high risk work, and it is with this understanding that we apply a ‘safety first’ approach to every project. Our safety systems are independently certified and we deliver our clients’ projects in full compliance with all health, safety, and environmental standards, including:
Consistent with these independent standards, our business is underpinned by strong systems, commercial robustness, and insurances that provide confidence to our clients. Full details of our approach to demolition and decommissioning projects can be found here.
Meeting social and environmental obligations
Decommissioning of major facilities, such as mines, power stations, and manufacturing plants invariably draw scrutiny from external stakeholders who want to know that the project is being conducted in a way that meets all the asset owner’s obligations. When performed well, decommissioning projects can achieve recycling rates in excess of 90 percent, limiting the volume of waste to landfill, and maximising the volume of resources to be salvaged. By working with an experienced decommissioning contractor, project owners can be confident they are meeting or exceeding stakeholder expectations and regulatory requirements for closure.
Effective use of resources
A reliable well-maintained fleet is pivotal to successful delivery of every project and specialist high reach excavators are ideal for industrial projects. Its many benefits include:
Effective in action, high reach demolition excavators are a valuable addition to projects requiring extra reach, delivered safely.
As part of the M1 upgrade project that included the widening of lanes in both directions, DEMEX undertook bridge demolition works as a subcontractor to the project principal, Seymour Whyte on the Varsity Lake to Burleigh section of the project.
The Haughton River Floodplain Project was part of the Queensland State Government’s infrastructure upgrade of the Bruce Highway to for vehicle travel in the region.
DEMEX was engaged by Georgiou to undertake demolition of the Chinaman Creek bridge, which was part of the $123.7 million Cairns Southern Access Corridor.
DEMEX was engaged by Okara Pty Ltd to undertake demolition of all on site structures and removal of 8 fuel storage tanks at the Port of Bundaberg, located in Bundaberg
DEMEX was engaged by BMD to carry out the demolition of the Sumners Road Bridge as part of the Sumners road interchange upgrade project.
DEMEX was engaged by the Gold Coast City Council to carry out the demolition and removal of the Scotty Logan Lane Bridge which crosses Tallebudgera Creek in Tallebudgera Queensland.
DEMEX was engaged to conduct the complete and partial demolition of 11 major bridges passing over the Logan Motorway and Gateway Motorway in Logan QLD. The project also involved the removal of multiple extensive sections of concrete road barriers.
DEMEX was engaged as the demolition contractor for demolition of the Stapley Drive bridge passing over the Pacific Motorway (M1) on the Gold Coast. The demolition formed part of the major Pacific Highway upgrade works between Mudgeeraba and Varsity Lakes.
DEMEX was engaged as the demolition contractor for the demolition of an abandoned bridge in Helensvale, on Queensland’s Gold Coast, to facilitate the construction of the new light rail network.
DEMEX was engaged as the demolition contractor for the demolition of a pedestrian bridge in the busy Broadbeach shopping precinct adjacent to the Oasis Shopping Mall in Broadbeach, QLD.
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