There are many factors to consider when deconstructing a building (including adjacent construction, its use in the area, subsequent use of the land, pollution). In collaboration between our experts from the areas of structural engineering, vibration insulation as well as environmental protection, GuD is able to plan and supervise deconstruction projects, taking into account all boundary conditions in a technically and economically optimised way.
The disposal of demolition waste and hazardous waste materials is always a cost-driving factor for all deconstruction projects. The decisive factor will probably be the extent of hazardous materials that are common in all buildings built before the year 2000. These dangerous substances can either enter the building structure through use (e.g. oils), or be an actual part of the building materials (e.g. asbestos). The amounts and costs can be reduced to a minimum and the necessary methods for work and immision protection can only be determined through early detection as part of the planning process, and by separation during construction.