The Demolition of the Soaps Tower, Baker Petrolite
In November 2009 MJ Finnigan completed the demolition of the Soaps Tower Building at Baker Hughes in Kirkby. The project was one of the most technically challenging that we have undertaken to date. Throughout the 8 week project we have to demonstrate a consistent high degree of professionalism in complying the the stringent site safety standards and rules. We had to liaise on a daily basis with the site production staff and senior Baker Hughes personnel.
This was a very high profile project for the company and was carried out under the CDM Regulations.
Dismantling of LPG Storage and Vent Tank Areas, Baker Petrolite
The Project commissioned by Baker Hughes called for the safe dismantling and demolition of a number of LPG Storage Tanks, Vent Tanks, vessels, pipe work and over head gantries.
Soft Strip of Live Commercial Building on behalf of Bruntwood
April 2010 saw the company take on the significant challenge of stripping out the entire 7th floor of The Plaza Building on behalf of Bruntwood Properties in Liverpool.
Cooling Tower Demolition, Wockhardt UK
The company has recently successfully completed the complex demolition of a large scale Cooling Tower on behalf of Wackhardt UK at their pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Wrexham.
The works were exceptionally challenging due to the extreme restricitions placed on our operations.
Restrictive Boundaries Demolition, United Reform Church
MJ Finnigan were appointed as demolition contractor for the demolition of the United Reform Church Sunday School as part of the Inspire Levenshulme Lottery funded project in north Manchester.
The Queen’s Hall Demolition – Halton Council
The morning of February 8th 2012 saw the final curtain call for one of Widnes’s oldest and most iconic music venues. Along with steel girders and masonry a million memories came tumbling down as Manchester-based contractor