Commercial / Industrial Demolition

A capacity for the biggest jobs

Royal Park Salvage has access to substantial equipment and personnel resources. This comes from corporate links with a group of co-owned businesses with specialist skills in recycling, construction and fabrication.

With our inter-linked companies Royal Park Salvage has capacity for jobs of any size. We have on-demand access to:

  • A major fleet of trucks and semi-tippers
  • Heavy excavators and loaders
  • Skilled asbestos removal, demolition, electrical and plumbing, building and joinery crews
  • Professional management experience

To enable your project to proceed on time, the Royal Park Salvage team can take care of the entire demolition process: From initial planning and approvals – through to demolition and removal, our established ‘chain of quality’ management processes is there to protect your business image and reputation.

Commercial Industrial Demolition

Recent examples include:

  • Lot 14 Adelaide Dental School
  • Her Majesty’s Theatre
  • Realm Apartments
  • Smithfield Plains High School
  • Goodwood Oval Grandstand
  • Regency to Pym (R2P) Packages 1, 2 & 3
  • AAMI Stadium Maintenance Facility
  • Craig Gilbert Bridge for Northern Connector
  • Former Channel 9 studios in Tynte St, North Adelaide
  • Thomas Foods International – emergency fire response
  • Yalata Roadhouse, Western Eyre Peninsula

Internal Strip-out & Building Redevelopments

Recent examples include:

  • Lyell McEwin Hospital
  • Lot 14 Margaret Graham Building
  • Lot 14 Eleanor Harrald Building
  • Hectorville Sports Club
  • Lerwin Aged Care, Murray Bridge

Asbestos & Hazardous Waste removal

Recent examples include:

  • Kangaroo Island bush fire clean-up
  • Nuriootpa Primary School
  • Darlington/Gateway South
  • Northern Connector
  • Yalata Roadhouse, Western Eyre Peninsula

Smaller scale suburban projects

Small scale projects include small commercial developments and residential property renewals. Soaring land prices have enabled owner builders to ‘start again’ on their own suburban block making redevelopment a worthwhile and financially viable course of action.


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