We are very pleased to announce that Euro Demolition & Dismantling Ltd is now registered as an approved Achilles FPAL supplier member.
From all of us at Euro Demolition & Dismantling Ltd, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!Read More
Euro Demolition & Dismantling Ltd are currently in the last stages of our overland conveyor dismantle and removal in Wales. Having carried out several bridge, tank and conveyor removals this year involving crane lifts, we were well prepared for this one! Preparation After many weeks of preparation, site visits, liaising with the client, local authorities […]Read More
Euro Demolition & Dismantling Ltd will be at the NEC Birmingham from 10-12 October 2017 on Stand C552. Entry to the show is FREE! Come and see us and discuss what we can do for you on your future projects. We provide a full package of demolition and dismantling services, including site clearance and all […]Read More
The last of our 5 company accreditations completed for 2017! CHAS, Avetta, Constructionline, Eurosafe CDM UK and SafecontractorRead More
Following a recent contract with a major UK company, we are delighted to announce the availability of assets from a complete large-scale brewing facility Our extensive stock of plant and equipment include everything from fixed bottling plants, complete brewhouses and tanks to movable items such as electric motors and drive units, many of which are […]Read More
Euro Demolition & Dismantling have successfully completed the stripping and dismantling of a 60 meter-long sealed conveyer bridge at a redundant open-cast coal mining site in Cumnock, Scotland. The Bridge’s site, located 30 miles south east of Kilmarnock was susceptible to extreme weather conditions due to its remote hillside location. The possible weather conditions, as well […]Read More
Work is progressing ahead of schedule at a former printing press facility in Sheffield, some weeks into our appointment to decommission and dismantle a number of redundant printing presses. The former Polestar printing facility, until recently operated several industrial printing presses for major UK daily newspaper titles, producing a colossal 40,000, 72 page magazines per […]Read More