Our Integrated Beginnings
Royal Park Salvage… a leader for five decades
Royal Park Salvage was one of South Australia’s first specialist recyclers in the 1950s, a decade when typical demolition involved knocking down a building and dumping everything into landfill.
Founded in 1957, Royal Park Salvage embarked on a pioneering recycling process identifying the opportunity to rescue and re-use component parts of old buildings, especially classic features and character items like fireplaces, windows and doors. These items take pride of place in many thousands of renovated and new homes throughout our State.
Royal Park Salvage began this recycling in a time when there were no Government incentives to recover worthwhile building products.
Today, recycling and resource reuse is an established part of the Australian construction industry. Royal Park Salvage, and the group of companies to which it belongs, remain active investors and leaders in an array of initiatives in the construction recycling industry.
Clearing the way… for future developments
Often you need to clear the way in order to start afresh. Delays in clearing sites impact projects in both building timelines and financial budgets. As an industry expert, Royal Park Salvage understands that demolition is a very serious business. We identify the needs of our clients and work hard to satisfy them.
Time is money for our customers – and that is a motivation for our crews – whether working with major developers, or smaller one-off projects for suburban home builders.
Royal Park Salvage delivers demolition projects:
- On time
- On budget
- Within all safety and regulatory requirements
- Absorbing your risk
Whether it’s the old Mitsubishi sheds making way for the new TAFE and Flinders University precinct at Tonsley, or the suburban house around the corner, Royal Park Salvage has the skills and capacity to carry out demolition jobs, site remediation, asbestos removal and commercial civil works.