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Demolition of the Former Barwon Water Depot

Posted on August 14, 2019 in News

Watch the video as one of the second storey buildings comes down. This site has seen some interesting history and Barwon Waters ownership dates back until 1952. Like a lot of Geelong history, the site itself has been an industrial site dating back until at least the 1940’s. It has seen a range of different...

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A Geelong demolition long overdue. THE RITZ !!

Posted on August 2, 2019 in News

The Ritz was one of Geelong’s Iconic buildings, but recently it has had a long and bothersome history of being one of Geelong’s biggest eyesores. Works on this iconic part of Geelong’s history has not been without controversy. The Ritz has been considered one of the most notorious commercial buildings of Geelong’s history and the...

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Emergency make safe call-out for North Geelong fire

Posted on September 7, 2016 in News

Perry Demolition was recently called to an emergency make safe job in North Geelong. A mannequin factory caught fire, causing extensive damage and threatening building collapse. Our make safe services team of five was called in to remove extremely damaged concrete tilt panels and control contaminated water waste, preventing flow through to storm water drainage....

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Demolition service for early-1900s Horsham church

Posted on September 7, 2016 in News

Our Horsham demolition service recently completed an extensive demolition project, involving a church and two adjoining houses. Demolition works included the early-1900s church and brick veneer chapel. Due to the age of the buildings, we had to call in our asbestos removal team who removed wall sheets and super six roofing under cautious OH&S standards. We delivered...

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