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Site Clearing Services

Our site clearing services ensure the removal of all structures, debris and other materials from a site in preparation for new construction or development. This may include the removal of buildings, roads, sidewalks, utility lines, trees and other obstacles.

The goal of site clearing is to make the land as level and clean as possible so that new construction can begin. Depending on the size and complexity of the project, site clearing might be done by hand, although it is usually done through the use of heavy equipment, such as bulldozers, excavators and dump trucks.

Site clearing is a crucial step in the development process and enables the safe, efficient and legal construction of new buildings and infrastructure.

Industrial Demolition

Why Is Site Clearing Needed?

Site clearing services are necessary for several reasons:

  • Safety: Clearing a site removes any potential hazards, such as old buildings or debris, which could pose a danger to workers and the public during new construction.
  • Planning: Clearing a site provides a clear understanding of the site’s topography, soil conditions and existing utility lines, which is essential for the proper planning and design of new structures.
  • Legal Requirements: New Zealand require that sites be cleared of any hazardous materials, such as asbestos, before new construction can begin.
  • Environmental: Clearing a site also allows for proper environmental assessment and management of the site, such as identifying and mitigating potential contamination or preserving any protected wildlife or vegetation.
  • Efficiency: Clearing a site allows for an efficient and organised construction process, enabling the contractors and developers to move forward with their plans without any delays.

What Site Clearing Services Do We Offer?

  • Demolition: The removal of existing structures, such as buildings, roads, bridges and other structures.
  • Excavation: The removal of soil, rock and other materials to level the site and prepare it for new construction.
  • Grading: The process of shaping and levelling the land, creating a smooth and stable surface for new construction.
  • Debris Removal: The removal of all debris and waste materials from the site, including broken concrete, bricks, lumber and other materials.
  • Tree and Vegetation Removal: The removal of trees, bushes and other vegetation from the site, either by hand or with the use of heavy equipment.
  • Asbestos Removal: The removal of any asbestos-containing materials, such as insulation, roofing and flooring, in accordance with health and safety regulations.
  • Site Access and Egress: The creation of access and egress points for construction vehicles and equipment, such as roads and driveways.
  • Site Containment: The process of creating barriers around the site, such as fencing or netting, to contain debris and protect the public during site clearing activities.

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