Boiler House & Chimney Successful Blowdown Finale

On 24th July DSM saw its last remaining structures at Eggborough Power Station demolished, in what’s known as a controlled initiated collapse. The structures were previously part of the decommissioned Eggborough Power Station Plant that was closed down in 2018. Once heralded as a landmark in Eggborough, the former structures which were built in the 1960s had

2022-07-25T15:28:05+01:00July 25th, 2022|Uncategorised|

Outstanding Performance at Eggborough Power Station

On 19th July DSM had an outstanding showing with the Considerate Constructors visiting our Eggborough Power Station site. The day came with great success as Monitor Simon Oak scored DSM Demolition with "TOP" marks. Massive congratulations to all involved! Project description, context, location and relevant constraints The project is the demolition of the former Eggborough Power

2022-07-21T11:42:37+01:00July 21st, 2022|Uncategorised|
  • Explosive demolition of Building

Bunker Bays successfully blown down at Eggborough Power Station

On 6th March DSM successfully demolished the former 12,000 ton Bunker Bay structure at the former Eggborough Power station plant. This phase of the demolition was the third successful explosive demolition in the ongoing redevelopment of the site which is earmarked for mixed use regeneration in a Joint Venture by St Francis Group and Commercial Development

2022-03-07T07:36:20+00:00March 7th, 2022|Uncategorised|

Final set of cooling towers successfully blowndown at Eggborough Power Station

On Sunday 10th October 2021 DSM Demolition, sister company to leading regeneration specialists and an expert in brownfield development. St Francis Group successfully demolished the last four cooling towers at the former Eggborough Power station plant in Goole, North Yorkshire.  The landscape changing demolition was the next key milestone in the redevelopment of the site which

2022-07-04T12:04:54+01:00October 10th, 2021|Uncategorised|

Successful Blowdown at Eggborough

On 1st August at 8.01am, DSM Demolition successfully imploded four of the eight redundant cooling towers at the former Eggborough Power Plant. The towers, each 90m tall with a combined weight of 44,000 tonnes were demolished on Yorkshire Day, amidst stringent security measures. A 350m exclusion zone and road closures were set-up and manned around the

2022-07-04T12:06:49+01:00August 2nd, 2021|Uncategorised|
  • Sansome Walk

IN AT THE DEEP END

Following a stringent pre-qualification and tendering process managed by Gleeds Birmingham, DSM have been appointed as Principal Contractor for the regeneration of the former Sansome Walk Swimming Pool and leisure centre in Worcester, for Worcester City Council. The site enabling works commence early December with the demolition and clearance of the site completing late Summer 2021.

2020-11-27T11:50:46+00:00November 27th, 2020|Uncategorised|

TIME FOR A CHECK UP

Following the adjudication of our detailed cost/quality tender submission DSM are delighted to have been selected as the contractor for the demolition of extensive sections of the north and south sites at Leeds General Infirmary for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in preparation for the building of new adult and children’s hospitals. This tender was published

2021-08-02T13:02:53+01:00October 27th, 2020|Uncategorised|

OCH AYE THE NEWS

DSM were selected from Scotia Gas Network’s (SGN) demolition framework contractors to demolish and clear three redundant gasholders at their Provan depot in Glasgow. The project which commenced Jan 2020 is due to complete February 2021. The work comprised of the dewatering and desludging of the three holders and the demolition of 1no. above ground holder

2021-08-02T13:06:01+01:00September 27th, 2020|Uncategorised|

Birmingham Children’s Hospital

It is with great pleasure that we announce Birmingham Children’s Hospital as our official charity. Birmingham Children’s hospital was established in 1862 and has been helping sick children ever since. The hospital provides a range of specialist services including major trauma care, paediatric intensive care, orthopaedic surgeries and much more. With over 90,000 children being treated

2020-01-24T17:03:10+00:00October 28th, 2019|Uncategorised|

Eggborough Power Station

Work is well underway at the Eggborough Power Station Coal Yard. Seven weeks remaining on programme for completion of the coal yard works, see nearly 2500 tonnes of scrap steel processed and removed off site to date with a further 1200 tonnes to be removed with a programme completion for November 29th, 2019. To date there

2020-01-24T17:05:03+00:00October 1st, 2019|Uncategorised|
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