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DEMEX was engaged as principal contractor by the developer ESR to complete asbestos removal, demolition, and civil earthworks at this 17 hectare site located in the Brisbane western suburb of Acacia Ridge.

DEMEX was engaged as principal contractor to undertake this internal strip out of a nine storey office building in Albion, a Brisbane inner city northside suburb. The works involved removal of all building materials back to a concrete shell, including the external building.

Following the relocation of Pickles Auctions to a new, location, DEMEX was engaged as principal contractor by property developer Aliro Group, to undertake the demolition, remediation, and civil works on this large industrial site spanning some 57,800m² on Brisbane’s northside.

Ascot Green by Mirvac is located in Brisbane’s northside.

DEMEX was engaged by property developer Iris Capital to undertake the demolition of iconic Niecon Plaza to make way for a new billion dollar mixed use Broadbeach development.

DEMEX was engaged as principal contractor by developer Carlingford Projects to undertake the structural demolition of the the 9 storey highrise located at Garfield Terrace, Surfers Paradise.

Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal is located at Hay Point on the Central Coast of Queensland.

Surfers Royale was an iconic four star 15 story Gold Coast residential and holiday apartment block. The block was demolished to make way for a new highrise tower as a development by Parity Property, a privately owned property development business.

DEMEX was contracted to partially dismantle the awning which covered the designated ramp for ambulances at St Andrews Private Hospital in Ipswich, Queensland.

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.

A demolition undertaken in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD, 200 Turbot Street involved deconstruction of two adjoining buildings situated on a rock substructure located over a live rail corridor between Roma Street Station and Central Station, the city’s two busiest train stations.

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.

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