Urban & Commercial Demolition

A significant proportion of our projects take place in the sensitive surroundings of a city centre, particularly central London.  The urban setting inevitably creates particular demands in the achievement of a successful project, such as protecting the public and neighbouring buildings from noise and dust pollution.

We have created several innovative solutions to such problems, including our unique façade support frame at Kinnaird House; 24 hour recorded noise monitoring and acoustic screens at Great Ormond Street Hospital; continuous noise, vibration and dust monitoring at RD&E Hospital; and the carefully controlled ‘implosion’ of the high-rise Rowan Court building.

It is now routine to appoint a tenant liaison officer on sensitive urban projects - a measure that has gone a long way to explaining our track record in regularly being awarded Considerate Contractor and Considerate Constructor Awards including our unique award at Hobart House.

We have worked in City Centres all over the U.K. and have been involved in some of the largest and most complex projects.

We are regularly designing and installing large Party Wall, basement or facade retention schemes. Some of the basement schemes involved extensive substructure works which we undertake as a turnkey package to clients to their fiancial and programming benefit.

We are often involved in Archaeological Attendances which go hand in hand with the development of Historic City Centres such as Leicester, as well as our 'old stamping ground' in London.

Considerate Constructors National Site Awards 2014 - Bronze Award Winner

We are delighted to announce that following our recent nomination for a prestigious National Site Award we were successful in our endeavours picking up a Bronze award at the Ceremony held in London on 3rd April.

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H Smith (Engineers) Wins another National Considerate Constructors Award

It is our pleasure to announce that we are yet again winners at The National Considerate Constructors Awards, this year to be held at Plaisterers' Hall on the 3rd April 2014.

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