Scope of Work
Demolition of an Adelaide landmark. “Cement Hill” as most locals will know the site has been vacant for a number of years. The three towering cement silos needed to be brought down to make way for a new development. The silos, six buildings with asbestos roofs, surrounding concrete building pads and the general clearing of 80,000m2 of land all needed to take place with a tight deadline. At conclusion, over 10,000t of concrete was removed from the site for recycling at ARR.
The enormity of the site presented its own challenges for the project team, but having a large fleet of available trucks, enabled Royal Park Salvage to transport all of the concrete back to ARR for recycling. The three silos at over 20m high required Royal Park Salvage to bring in their long-reach excavator which safely brought the structures to the ground
All waste from the project was taken to Adelaide Resource Recovery to be recycled. 95% of all waste was recycled.