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YOUR GO-TO GUIDE TO INDUSTRIAL DEMOLITION SERVICES

Your step-by-step guide to hiring an Industrial Demolition Team.


Are you looking for a professional, efficient and reliable industrial demolition that you can trust? When entering the world of industrial demolition, it can often feel as if you’re in over your head, especially when you need to discuss and approve specific elements of the job that you’re not familiar with. After all, that’s why you’re hiring professionals. To help navigate you through the process of hiring an industrial demolition team, we’ve compiled a shortlist of the most frequent terms and their definitions - so you can effortlessly oversee the project and understand what’s happening behind the scenes.



What is Industrial Demolition?


What is Industrial Demolition?

Industrial demolition refers to the de-construction of buildings and structures that are primarily used in the production of goods. The majority of industrial demolition jobs are done at chemical plants, manufacturing facilities, and large-scale industrial workspaces. A crucial part of the demolition process is the removal and decontamination of any hazardous or potentially dangerous material or substances that were a part of the industrial process, to ensure that the space left behind is clear, and leaves a minimal environmental impact.


What is Internal Demolition?

Internal Demolition, also commonly referred to as selective demolition, is the non-structural demolition of a space. This type of demolition is usually used when the client is looking to re-vamp or redesign the interior of the building. The process of internal demolition can include ceiling removal, internal wall demolition, or the upgrading of floor spaces and other utility services.


Decontamination and industrial cleaning

Decontamination and industrial cleaning of elements such as plant, machinery, equipment, and pipework within a facility is often the first phase of work. Only once this is completed and the areas signed off can the strip-out and removal phase of the decommissioning works begin.


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Luckily, at US Industrial, we’ve got it covered and are here to answer any uncertainties or questions you may have regarding your Industrial Demolition. If you’d like to get in touch with one of our team members, please feel free to give us a call at 773-967-8079 and one of our friendly staff will be more than happy to talk you through the process.