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Controlled and Safe Demolition in Southampton

Working across Hampshire, including Southampton, we utilise the very best plant and equipment to provide the highest quality and safest controlled demolition and concrete bursting solutions.  

If space is at a premium in your Southampton premises and you need minimal disruption, our controlled demolition service is the perfect solution. Working throughout the region, we provide an extensive range of controlled demolition and general construction services, combining a highly experienced and skilled controlled demolitions team with well-maintained equipment to deliver effective, quiet and fast controlled demolition and concrete crunching solutions. 

For the very best controlled demolition and concrete bursting services from Southampton's best, speak to Southern Drilling today! Call our experienced and dedicated team now on 01474 822785 to arrange your free survey and quotation. 

As one of Hampshire's leading diamond drilling and concrete bursting companies, we provide private, industrial and commercial clients from across Southampton with a wide variety of controlled demolition services. In fact, we provide everything from silent concrete crunching and concrete bursting to controlled demolition. Our comprehensive range of services includes:

Controlled demolition

Working across Southampton, we specialise in safe and effective controlled demolition and concrete bursting projects where minimal disruption and noise is absolutely paramount. Utilising a combination of modern and high quality equipment that includes non-explosive concrete bursting, robotic tools, hydraulic or 3-phase equipment or expanding grout, our team take on all types of highly controlled demolition services.

Silent concrete crunching

Available in a variety of capacities, including 350mm, 300mm and 250mm, our high quality equipment crunches concrete with giant claws, reducing everything safely and quickly to rubble, without water, noise or vibration disruption.

Concrete bursting

As concrete bursting is primarily a destructive proces that involves the precise drilling of holes in concrete to weaken it before using expanding hydraulic bursters or grout to crack and break it down, it is very important to ensure that it is carried out by professional and experienced drilling teams. When it comes to concrete bursting, we have decades of expertise and experience. We utilise this experience during any controlled demolition project to provide our industrial and commercial clients across Southampton and Hampshire with the very best services at all times. 

Alongside our other teams, many members of our specialist controlled demolition, concrete bursting and concrete crunching team also have full accreditation and certification to undertake more specialised services or even work in higher risk environments. We maintain full IPAF certification for those hard to reach places, as well as a wide range of other plant machinery certificates. We also recently gained CCNSG safety passports for a power station project and are happy to meet any concrete bursting or controlled demolition requirements for any other certification essential to a project. 

Delivering quality, service and all the paperwork

As one of Southampton and Hampshire's leading names in concrete bursting and controlled demolition, we take great pride in delivering high standards of quality and safety throughout our customer service and business, offering comprehensive experience in making perfect holes with diamond drills and other aspects of controlled demolition services. We use a specialist external controlled demolition consultant to help us set our safety policy and always deliver full paperwork, including method statements and risk assessments as part of the controlled demolition service.

If you would like to know any more about our controlled demolition and concrete crunching services across Southampton, do not hesitate to contact us. You can call us on 01474 822785 or fill out the enquiry form on the right-hand side of this page.

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