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Brunel Industrial Estate, Harworth, South Yorkshire

Project: Dismantling and Removal of Redundant Plant
Client: Ron Hull Estates Ltd
Location: Brunel Industrial Estate, Harworth, Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Date: December 2019

Ron Hull Estates Ltd acquired the 11 acre site complete with 45,500 sq ft warehouse for further development and rental. 

The Ron Hull Group has extensive experience, over the past 3 decades in identifying sites throughout Yorkshire and beyond, to provide regeneration packages whether it be for Commercial or Domestic use.

Another arm to the multi-faceted Group of Companies, allows us to identify various plots of land that can either be redeveloped, using our Demolition division, or purchased for letting. 

Since incorporation, the Group have purchased numerous sites around Yorkshire and neighbouring Counties including considerable works in the Rotherham Regeneration. 

Ron Hull Estates Ltd portfolio ranges from domestic flats through to large scale industrial and commercial units. The project involved dismantling and removal of redundant plant and ancillary equipment, breaking out of concrete upstands and to demolish 3 no.  redundant outbuildings onsite at; Premier Woods, Brunel Industrial Estate, Brunel Close, Harworth.

Description of Works

Mechanical Dismantle of Plant & Equipment

Once the exclusion zone with heras fencing had been established the machine with shear/grab attachments began by progressing  through the redundant plant and equipment. Once the machine had processed the scrap materials into manageable sections, the machine then began to load the steel into skips for removal from site. 

All steel and cable was transported back to Ron Hull Group’s recycling facility at Rotherham for further processing.

Breaking out of Concrete Plinths

The excavator was positioned to the front of the concrete plinths. Using a breaker attachment, the excavator penetrated through the concrete bringing it down to ground level. Where a pulveriser could be used, the machine operator worked down from the top. The excavator also used a pulveriser attachment to break up the concrete and separate from the re-bar. The material was segregated ready for removal and concrete was transported to a disposal area onsite. 

In conclusion, the project was completed safely, without any environmental or safety incidents and to the total satisfaction of the local community and immediate businesses, in line with a Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) and Demolition Protocol.

For more information on this high quality business park estate in prime location with excellent links to the A1, M18 and M1 motorways, or to enquire about Ron Hull Estates Ltd full portfolio range, please contact Head Office on 01709 524115.