As one of the country’s leading companies for temporary works, we have an extensive range of services available to our clients. We specialise in assisting companies with construction and demolition, maximising structural safety during these projects. Our team have worked on large and small structures alike, including both structurally sound ones and unstable buildings. This diversity gives us the ability to deliver the best results.
An unstable building often comes as the result of issues relating to the foundations, such as shrinkage cracks for example. These need to be rectified quickly but before repairs take place, it’s imperative that both the origin of the cracks and their effects on the structure are identified.
Before work can begin on the foundations of a structure though, systems need to be put in place to retain it. Disturbing the foundation, even to do something as simple as survey them, can make the instability worse. As a result it is vital that temporary works are in place beforehand to make the site safe.
All supports need to be capable of bearing the load of the structure in the event that there is a failure in the foundations. They must be designed with care, positioned properly, and installed correctly. In each case the proper standards must be satisfied. This is exactly what we do at Denon Construction.
Our vast knowledge of unstable buildings means that we can provide the best services to our clients, maximising safety on every project. Whatever the issue, we will use our experience and talents to the fullest to ensure that the structure retains its integrity while it is surveyed extensively and repaired or demolished.
We utilise an array of different types of temporary works to account for the variety of different structures we are called on stabilise. We will select the right one for each project and can even combine systems if necessary. Our ultimate focus is always on safety and we use the right support to achieve it.
If there’s anything you’d like to ask us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.