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Case Studies

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Demolition of MGM House, Worthing

Dorton demolition were contracted by a national retirement lifstyles company who proposed to redevelop the existing site and provide new part four and part five storey Platinum Retirement Living and Assisted Living Homes apartments.

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Removal of the Middlemoor Mound for Devon and Cornwall Police

As part of the enabling works for future developments at Devon and Cornwall Police HQ, DDE SW Ltd were contracted to remove a large grass covered spoil heap at the northern edge of recreation fields.


Asbestos Removal and Demolition

Dorton Group are currently carrying out the asbestos removal, demolition, excavation and remedial works, which include for temporary works and the installation of ground anchors at the former Circus Street Markets and University Building, Brighton.


Making Safe a Dangerous Structure

In February 2015 Dorton were called to attend a ‘dangerous structure’ by the Brighton & Hove City Council Building Control Department.


Strip Out Works

In April 2015 Dorton commenced the £200K 10 week strip out of a former 3-4 storey office block located in the very busy commercial and industrial heart of Acton, West London.


Kingswood House, Sidcup

Dorton were appointed by our client McCarthy & Stone Retirement Lifestyles Limited as the preferred contractor


Eastbourne college

In July 2015 Dorton commenced the £349 K asbestos removal and demolition project at Eastbourne College, Eastbourne working under the instructions of the college’s agent Millerbourne Architects.


St Pauls School - Phase 2 Works

In June of 2015 Dorton Group returned to the prestigious St Pauls School to carry out the preliminary works of the phase 2 renewals program started in 2013.


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The prospect of demolition works can seem highly disruptive to clients and neighbours however Dorton have in my experience approached their projects in a professional, calm and thoughtful manner and with the minimum of impact.

Gardiner & Theobald