Perfect Contracting completed demolition works covering dismantling and demolishing a large section of the Manildra Flour Mill, which an explosion at Manildra Flour Mill had damaged.
Removal of all loose debris from the structure;
Deconstruction of the roof completely over the 300 and 400 bins. Some of the rafters were sheared entirely at the connection to the column, so care was taken to ensure that all members were secured;
Removal of the exhaust stack from the boiler room on the southern side of the bin storage area and taking to a place specified by the Mill for laydown and reuse;
Disassemble any wall sheeting or wall girts in the area;
Deconstruction of the walkway between the Spec Plant bins and the Blending Tower and storing to demolish the walls surrounding the 400 bins;
Removal of 300 bins bolted together, cut and removed in sections; Bins 403 and 406 were removed in one piece;
Using 50T and 100T Mobile Cranes for the Manildra Flour Mill project to ensure our team had a safe working platform to begin dismantling the large silos.
Parts of the mill and the suspended walkway between the Bins and Blending Tower were deemed salvageable and therefore our team members took extreme care to ensure these were not damaged further and could be used again.
All mill sections were carefully removed and placed in the designated area. Next, materials were cut by our team into smaller sections so they would be easily transported. Those that were not salvageable were disposed of at a local Metal Recycling Facility.