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Infrastructure Demolition

Abyss Demolition regularly completes Infrastructure Demolition Projects for government departments, the defence force and project management companies. Our previous work has included demolition works around railways and train stations, demolition to enable new roads and highways, schools and hospitals.

In 2014 Abyss has completed the following infrastructure projects;

  • Several projects at the RAAF Base at Amberley which has included friable asbestos removal, non-friable asbestos removal and demolition works.
  • Thistlethwaite Bridge in the Lockyer Valley. This bridge demolition will make way for the construction of a new bridge after the old one sustained damage in the 2011 and 2013 floods.
  • Several schools across the Brisbane and Gold Coast regions. These asbestos removal and demolition works enable refurbishment of existing school facilities and building of new school buildings.
  • Demolition at the Ayr Hospital. Abyss removed asbestos from and demolished the old nursing home from within the grounds of Ayr Hospital.

In 2015 Abyss has successfully completed the bridge demolition at the Pumicestone Rd overpass on the Bruce Highway. These works were part of the Pumicestone Rd interchange upgrade.

Infrastructure demolition projects often involve a tight schedule, highly technical specifications and can cause disruptions to the community. Abyss works with all our clients to ensure that these types of challenges are dealt with effectively and efficiently.