Dismantling

We believe that it is important to differentiate between dismantling and demolition. It is a common misconception that these processes are one in the same. Dismantling is generally achieved by a careful reversal of construction process. This is applicable to ether the removal of mechanical installations or the un-building of a structure.

A combination of dismantling and demolition is often beneficial as it permits the recovery of assets, enabling them to be re-used or sold to offset the client's relocation or closure costs and to meet overall business restructuring objectives. 

The scope of dismantling projects carried
out by The Leipold Group includes:
  • Refining/processing plant
  • Pharmaceutical/chemical equipment
  • High-rise steel structures
  • Factory manufacturing equipment
  • Packaging lines
  • Storage tanks & silos
  • Textiles machines
  • Barnes & agricultural buildings

The Leipold Group has successfully completed many complex projects, including dismantling of fire-damaged plants and structures. Our management teams are experts at planning, coordinating and executing projects with critical programmed constraints.