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Case Studies

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St Levans Road Gas Holder, Plymouth

Working for our client and site owner, Wales and West Utilities plc, the Dorton Group were contracted to supply and fill with clean inert soil for the backfill of the former gas holder tank at St Levans Road, Plymouth.

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St Pauls School, Lonsdale Road, London, SW13 9JT

Starting mid April 2013 for the 10 week asbestos removal program, followed by a further 4 weeks demolition, contaminated soil removal and reduced dig.

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Bencoolen Bridge removal, Bude, Cornwall

In the early summer of 2013 Dorton Group carried out the removal of the concrete road bridge spanning the river Neet at Bude, Cornwall.

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Brighton General Hospital

Finishing in early summer of 2011, Dorton Group have completed the £220,000 asbestos removal and demolition of the former nurses quarters at Brighton General Hospital for Southern Housing Trust.

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St Georges Retreat

Dorton Group have recently completed a £700,000 demolition and asbestos removal project at St Georges Retreat, Ditchling, West Sussex.

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Wish Tower Cafe, Eastbourne

A recently completed £45k project for local constructor Cheesmur Building Contractors Ltd, on behalf of East Sussex County Council saw the demolition of the former Wish Tower Cafe located on the Eastbourne seafront.

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Herne Bay Pier Pavilion

During the period of September 2011 through to March 2012 the Dorton Group dismantled the former leisure/sports Pavilion located on the end of Herne Bay Pier, Kent.

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The Rock Shop, West Pier, Brighton

During May 2012 and over a 4 week project period a Dorton site team undertook the complex and painstaking task of dismantling the Grade 1 listed 'Rock Shop' from the Root Deck of the former West Pier along the Kings Parade, Brighton seafront.

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