A wide array of demolition
and dismantling services.

We offer the following demolition services


Concrete Cutting

Soft Strip



Our service is unique, full service and ensures that our clients receive superior performance on every project. We here at Pennys Group take great care to ensure maximum efficiency with minimal disruption to the premises and surrounding areas. We only use the best equipment and practices to sure your project is dismantled correctly and efficiently without any interference with the daily ongoings of the business.

Our Service

 Our dismantling service entails the stripping down and taking down structures on a property or piece of land apart. This service can include removing parts of a structure as well as salvaging specific equipment. All dismantling occurs in a controlled site as we want the safety of your staff as well as ours to be our top priority. Only after we fully understand which assets need to be protected is when we will begin the dismantling process.

Our diverse portfolio of dismantling projects has been developed from a wide range of client bases across a diverse range of industries. Our experience in these different industries gives us at Pennys Group an extensive knowledge base which allows an innovative approach.

Survey & Assessment 

Pennys Group will start a survey and assessment before any dismantling is carried out. The survey will assess the age of the structure, what the building was used for and which buildings or structures are nearby. This information will then be used to determine the steps required to prevent any accidents.

After the initial assessment, Pennys Group will prepare a detailed method statement, health and safety plan, risk assessment plan alongside other documents that will address and reduce any risks involved and will provide a method of work statement which is both safe and environmentally friendly.

Dismantling involves the careful deconstruction of building components for repair, reuse, repurposing or recycling. Dismantling is different from deconstruction because it usually does not generally involve the clearance of an entire structure.

The cost and time that is required for dismantling very much depends on factors such as; volume, complexity, site conditions, building type, time availability, materials, techniques used and available records.