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August 11, 2009
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August 10, 2009
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nice pictures. that is some serious demo you got going there. very interesting.

August 10, 2009
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some pics from a Bergen

August 7, 2009
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Awesome pictures! Looks like you're working on some neat projects and like you're really passionate about the work. Great stuff!

August 4, 2009
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Welcome to the forum. Great pictures. Keep them coming.

August 3, 2009
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That shipwreck is really quite unique. What a cool project. Where is that, it looks like the Artic.

August 3, 2009
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Some action pics:

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August 3, 2009
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Hi thodob,

Welcome to the forum. Thanks for sharing the pics! Looks like some interesting projects.

Please let us know if you need anything.

James

August 2, 2009
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The largest project atm is removal of a shipwreck. We've just started building a pier around the wreck.
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After the pier is finish, we'll build a cell pile (om not sure if this is the correct word?) so we get a dry dock. After the ship is removed, the piles and pier would be removed. The project is estimated to take 3 years to complete.

We start demolition of two old furnace ovens and houses, the two buildings to the left.
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Estimated amount of steel scrap is 3000tons. A lot of asbestos abatement included.

We have just started removal of a bridge, see video for first blast. Since we're not aloud to have any concrete in the water, we will cut (with blasting) the bridge in parts, each part would be held by a crane. A quite difficult project...

In Bergen where I'm based, we have contract on removing two school buildings, removal of PCB- contaminated ground (up 200mg/kg), demolition of burn down old wood building (which actually was preserved) - some of the building was covered with asbestes, so a lot of abatement as well.

Outside of Oslo we do "clean up" a clean up job - an old factory was demolish by the military many years ago, without any abatement.

And we have other standard demolition projects all over Norway, concrete sawing, abatement jobs etc.

Offshore has contract of removing in total 17 platforms in norwegian and english sector.

list of our machines
presentation of some our reference projects - in norwegian... please check out the pictures. If you want english use .com instead of .no or press union jack;) Not that much information is available on english tho..

August 2, 2009
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Welcome. Please tell us more about your projects and post some pictures.

August 2, 2009
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Hello

Im a demolition engineer in Norway's largest demolition company, AF Decom. Graduated as waste management engineer 2 years ago. My specilisation is hazardous waste and substances in constructions (asbestos, PCB, lead, mercury, PAH etc). I'm certified for asbestos work.

AF Decom (onshore) has approximately 150 employes. We had almost 90 different machines before the financial crisis, now im not sure how many we have, probably 70 spanning from 1,5 to 90 tons. Our offshore division, AF Decom Offshore, emerged from the onshore division 2 years ago. Total turnover for both companies is approximately 120 mill. USD. Beside activity in Norway, we also have activity in england (offshore), sweden and poland.

I'm here to see how you do demolition around the world

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