All Gone was the appointed demolition contractor for the project at the University Of Melbourne. The demolition contract for the VCA print work shop was classed as hard access demolition. Due to the location of the building, access and space on site, we used our 5 cubic metre trucks for the removal of all the demolition waste from site.
The demolition works involved a full back to base build demolition strip out, which included the demolition of all plasterboard partitions and ceilings, the removal of all loose furniture and fixed joinery and the removal of all the redundant lab equipment.
After the strip out work was completed, we could then proceed with the careful removal of a jarrah wooden floor which was to be retained for later use by the client. Once all the flooring was removed we could then focus our attention on the concrete floor works underneath which involved using jackhammers for the removal of the wooden floor base concrete screed.
We then brought in a small 2 ton mini digger to break out the raised concrete pads where lab equipment had been fixed. The final part of the concrete floor works involved saw cutting and removal of the concrete waste to make way for new services for the new building fit out.