Enabling Works

Enabling works is the process of preparing a site and is usually one of the first steps in any demolition (or deconstruction) project. At Hookstone, our expert team are extremely skilled at performing a full range of enabling works.

What does enabling work involve?

Preparing a site can involve a variety of tasks, such as excavating the site, demolishing existing structures, and removing any hazardous materials. The exact scope of work will depend on the specific project and is different for each site.

However, our team at Hookstone are highly experienced at performing any kind of enabling work that may be required. This includes:

  • Site clearance and preparation
  • Groundworks
  • Excavation
  • Asbestos removal
  • Hazardous material removal
  • Establishing access routes
  • Security
  • Strip outs
  • Perimeter fencing and boundary control
  • Facade retention
  • Drainage
  • Surveys
  • Signage
  • Environmental considerations
  • Sustainability assessment (e.g., minimisation of waste, material reclamation etc)

Careful planning is essential for enabling works, as it determines the sequence of events and ensures that the project can proceed safely and efficiently.

Enabling works is a critical step in any demolition project and must be carried out by experienced professionals. We have extensive experience in performing enabling works and can provide advice on the best course of action for your specific project.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to getting the job done right and in the most sustainable way possible.

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