• Cavendish House

  • Butler and Tanner Printworks Frome

    HCD Ltd secured the project to demolish The Former Butler and Tanner Printworks Approximately 9 Acres to make way for 185 New Residential Houses, the works involved removing 250 tonnes of cement asbestos and a large quantity of HSE Licensed materials along with Removing a large Above Ground water storage tanks within close Distance to […]

  • Crown Works Worcester

    HCD Ltd was awarded the contract to clear the 15 Acre site known as the metal box factory Worcester from a major house builder to make way for 257 new houses the works involved Liasing with Network Rail as the Main rail line next to the site was the Worcester to London, Also removing large […]

  • Former Radbrook College Shrewsbury

    SJ Roberts Construction Contracted HCD and the Welsh Division Team Commenced Mid October to Carry out Asbestos Removals, Soft Stripping and the Demolitions of 13 Buildings on The Former Radbrook College Site Shrewsbury with The Main Hall Building being Retained for Future Housing, All Foundations to a Depth of 2.5 M and all Floor Slabs were Broke […]

  • Great Yeldham Demolition

    Hunnable Industrial Estate

    HCD were appointed by a private client to carry out the £274K 15 week contract to clear the 6 acre former Massey Ferguson / Volvo production buildings to make way for 60 residential units.          The Project involved Soft Stripping a retained building of all Asbestos containing materials back to the steel […]

  • Former Rushdon and Diamonds Football Stadium

    This significant project was undertaken with HCD Ltd acting as Principal Contractor. Following the site set up, a complete Soft Strip was carried out prior to the stadium demolition with materials being crushed for reuse.                                          […]

  • Former Coleg Gwent Education Facility, Abergavenny

    Undertaking the works as a contractor, the 12 week project included Asbestos removal, Soft Stripping, manual severs from two buildings to remain and remote demolition of several structures. Suitable materials were crushed to 6F2 and stockpiled onsite for future use.

  • Former Sinclair Horticulture Site – Lincoln

    HCD Ltd were appointed as the Principal Contractor to undertake the six week project. Works consisted of waste removal, the demolition of a large steel framed shed, small buildings and removal of Portakabins.                                              […]

  • Whitworth Mill – Peterborough

    The project consisted of Soft Stripping, Asbestos removal and demolition of all buildings and silos, excluding the original Mill. To protect the Mill structure, manual severs were made to separate the adjoining structures. The River Nene runs alongside the site and a lot of consideration had to be given during the planning stage. All possible […]

  • Coed Glas, Abergavenny

    Works were undertaken on the 1.93 hectare former council office site and consisted of tree and asbestos removal, Soft Stripping and demolishing all buildings down to slab level. Environmental concerns including bat, wildlife and protected trees were all given a high priority to eliminate any possible impact. Nearby neighbours were also consulted during an open […]

  • Demoltion of Cascades Tewkesbury

    Cascades Tewkesbury

    A seven week project completed within the budget and timeframe. The high profile project involved Asbestos removal, Soft Stripping and demolishing the Leisure Centre in its entirety. All suitable materials were crushed and re-used to backfill the former swimming pools. Before leaving site HCD installed a fence around the perimeter prior to handing the site […]

  • Ludlow Demolition Project


    The demolition of the flats was carried out carried out following Soft Stripping and Asbestos removal. Materials were crushed to a 6F2 grade in-line with the project specification and stockpiled on site for re-use.

  • Tonbridge Demolition Project


    Two large office blocks were the focus of this project. Due to the location, the works were a high profile contract with regular consultation undertaken with stakeholders. Following the Asbestos removal, a complete Soft Strip was undertaken followed by remote demolition of the offices. Concrete crushing and bulk earth removal was then carried out.

  • Epsom

    Demolition of a large office block followed by concrete crushing and bulk excavation.

  • Presteigne Demolition Project

    Countrywide Farmers

    This 7 week, £134K project involved the removal of a large quantity of Asbestos sheet cladding and hazardous materials from a redundant feedmill attached to a ‘live’ warehouse. The feedmill was demolished with a new gable-end being fitted to the live section of warehouse.

  • Former Alunna Tubes Demolition

    Former Alunna Tubes

    This 25 week £570K project involved the removal of a large quantity of Asbestos and other hazardous materials from multiple demolished structures. Included was in the removal of 5K tonnes of scrap metals, backfilling of vertical furnaces, propping of a communications tower and the flushing out and sealing of drainage outflows. This site remains vacant […]

  • Former Lyte Ladders Demolition

    Former Lyte Ladders

    This £320K project on a 8.5 acre site was carried out over a 14 week period. It involved the removal of Asbestos and the decommissioning of fuel tanks along with other hazardous waste. Multiple buildings, which included 4.8K tonnes of scraps metals, were demolished (including basements down to 3m below slab level) with the removed […]

  • Droylsden Manchester Demolition


    This 50 week, £1.5m project involved the removal of Asbestos and the decommissioning of fuel tanks and electric sub-stations. Also included was the removal of other hazardous waste, the demolition of multiple buildings down to 1m below slab level and the removal of over 5.4K tonnes of scrap metals. 2.4K tonnes of crushed brick and […]

  • Worcester Demolition

    Lowesmoor Trading Estate

    A three phase, £262,740 project on a 5 acre site that involved the careful demolishing and dismantlement of multiple buildings mainly constructed in pre and early Victorian era (circa 1791-1850). There was great archaeological interest in the site with the discovery of a Victorian railway line which fed the early Vinegar factory. This site was […]

  • Middlewich Demolition


    This £1,368,000 project lasted 26 week and involved the removal of asbestos and the decommissioning of fuel tanks along with other hazardous waste, the demolishing of multiple buildings and basements down to 3m below slab level and the crushing and stockpiling of brick/concrete materials on a 35 acre site. As we salvaged over 4000 tonnes […]