Compliant demolition is integral to compliant regeneration. We provide a complaint and trustworthy demolition service that sits at the core of our business. This is reflected in our client base and we are known for our practical application of professional expertise in this industry.

Project specific safe systems of work and risk assessments are devised and implemented by our proficient management and site teams and incorporate industry best practice. Our activities adhere to specifications such as the British Standard for Demolition BS6187:2011, current legislation such as The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015, The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and The Work at Height Regulations 2005.

We own a modern fleet of plant and equipment, and maintain this equipment to exemplary standards. Our flexibility and strength is reflected in our working assets; we own items ranging from half tonne remote controlled Brokk demolition machines, up to 50 tonne demolition specification hydraulic excavator machines. We are always looking to innovate and embrace technology when it comes to our selection of plant and machinery. The Bradley Group were one of the first demolition companies to invest in the Lehnhoff Variolock Quickcoupler System for our demolition excavators. This allows a much quicker transition when changing attachment tools on our demolition machines and thus allows a more efficient demolition working practice. Our machinery is operated by a team of plant operators of an extremely high calibre and technical ability, of whom, many regard as amongst the best in the industry.

Our services have been acquired to provide demolition solutions regarding:

  • Commercial redevelopment – retail and recreational facilities
  • Industrial site clearances – including the demolition of large industrial structures
  • Residential regeneration – housing estates and apartment block structures
  • Heath sector projects – demolition and redevelopment of hospitals
  • Educational sector projects – demolition of schools, colleges and further education facilities
  • Complex bridge demolition
  • Cantilevered structures
  • Temporary works – propping and falsework solutions such as façade retention and floor supporting schemes