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  • Full decommissioning and demolition of Ethylene Oxide and Ethylene Plant - KDC
    Customers Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Chemical Full decommissioning and demolition of Ethylene Oxide and Ethylene Plant Full decommissioning and demolition of Ethylene Oxide and Ethylene Plant VALUE circa 2 million CLIENT DOW Chemicals LOCATION Wilton International Teesside CONTRACT START Sep 2010 CONTRACT FINISH Mar 2011 Challenge Aggressive programme Close neighbours on operational site 15 30 60m columns to demolish Highly contaminated Close to live service pipework Solution Accelerated mobilisation of KDC s own resources Proactive stakeholder liaison Very experienced team Innovative demolition techniques Client testimonial Kurt Heringhausen DOW relationship manager KDC has been true to their word Richard Smith Global Demolition Director great continual attention to EHS performance on time project schedule It really doesn t get any better than that Project description and key features KDC are one of a small number of Dow s approved global demolition service providers and were selected for a competitive tender process for the decommissioning and demolition of the site This facility consisted of heavy chemical plant and equipment located in a very congested area near a number of close neighbours and serviced by live utilities Equipment had been specified to resist the aggressive corrosive nature of production chemicals hence much of the plant was fabricated from high value metals The scope included removing plant equipment and supporting services including cooling towers 15 distillation columns and control buildings KDC implemented a very efficient programme including early mobilisation of an experienced team Full Risk Assessments and Method Statements were developed along with the highly detailed SWMP These met or exceeded DOW s exacting SHE standards and procedures The site is now brownfield and ready for

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/chemical1/full-decommissioning-and-demolition-of-ethylene-oxide-and-ethylene-plant.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Former Royal Mail building - KDC
    Sectors Community Customers Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Development and Regeneration Former Royal Mail building Former Royal Mail building VALUE 0 5 million CLIENT ING Real Estate LOCATION Peterborough CONTRACT START May 2010 CONTRACT FINISH Sept 2010 Challenge Separation and removal of goods bridge link to Peterborough East Coast Mainline railway station Solution Liaison with Network Rail to facilitate overnight isolation and possession to allow link bridge removal Project description and key features Following on from the successful demolition project at Northgate Chester KDC were again engaged by ING Real Estate to undertake the demolition of the former Royal Mail Depot and Sorting Office in Peterborough Town Centre The former sorting office and five storey Regional Headquarters were positioned opposite the Queensway Shopping Centre and attached to Peterborough s mainline station via a high level link bridge where the mail used to be loaded down to the platforms and aboard the mail trains The Station Quarter is earmarked for substantial redevelopment and this complex demolition project marks the first stage in this

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/development-and-regeneration1/former-royal-mail-building.html (2016-02-11)
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  • De-plant, Demolition & Bulk Asbestos Removal Fleet wide Framework - KDC
    Remediation Industrial Defence CSR Initiatives Case Studies Testimonials Manchester Office Grangemouth Office Contact Form Please enter a search term to begin your search Home Services About News Sectors Community Customers Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Nuclear De plant Demolition Bulk Asbestos Removal Fleet wide Framework De plant Demolition Bulk Asbestos Removal Fleet wide Framework VALUE CLIENT Magnox Limited LOCATION Various Challenge To provide an all encompassing de plant demolition and bulk asbestos removal service and help deliver the Magnox fleet into care and maintenance at the best value to the UK taxpayer Solution Formation of the Celadon Alliance bring together some of the market leaders in de planting demolition and asbestos removal in the nuclear sector Project description and key features Celadon was selected as one of the service providers for this initial 5 year framework at the end of 2011 The Celadon Alliance is a collaboration of KDC NSG and Hertel with exclusive support from Amec Halcrow and MWH It was created specifically to help safely and efficiently deliver integrated services

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/nuclear1/de-plant-demolition-bulk-asbestos-removal-fleet-wide-framework.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Longbridge – New West Works - KDC
    Sectors Community Customers Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Manufacturing Longbridge New West Works Longbridge New West Works CLIENT St Mowden Developments DATE Apr 08 DURATION 8 months VALUE 2 1m This project was for the clearance of a major car plant at the old Rover site at Longbridge Birmingham KDC operated as principal contractor for this high profile project The scope of works included the licensed removal of asbestos de planting sale of salvageable equipment and the demolition and processing of the main building Advantages received by the client included a saving on rateable value for the empty buildings with the project costs almost fully realised from the recycling of the recovered metals which formed a scrap credit As part of St Modwen s environmental responsibilities the waste streams for the demolition arisings were carefully selected managed and recorded through the Site Waste Management Plan The end result confirmed a total of 95 of all materials on the site being recycled The recycled materials included metals crushed brick and concrete glass and

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/manufacturing/longbridge-new-west-works.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Inverkip Power Station Decommissioning and removal of fuel oil system - KDC
    Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Utilities And Energy Inverkip Power Station Decommissioning and removal of fuel oil system Inverkip Power Station Decommissioning and removal of fuel oil system VALUE 1 5 million CLIENT Scottish Power LOCATION Inverkip Scotland CONTRACT START Jan 2010 CONTRACT FINISH Oct 2010 Challenge Decontamination and demolition of heavy fuel oil system from fuel oil jetty in the Clyde Estuary through to the landside tank farm Solution Suspended scaffolding from jetty to carry out localised cleaning and bunding of pipework Crane barge to lift dirty sections onto jetty transport Project description and key features KDC were engaged to carry out oil removal and residual clearing of 3no 80 000 tonne fuel tanks and in excess of 2400m of pipelines 270m of which was suspended underneath the fuel oil jetty protruding into the Clyde Estuary The works included the bulk removal and cleaning of over 2000 tonnes of waste oil much of which had remained in situ since the last operation of the Station during the miner s strike of

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/utilities-and-energy/inverkip-power-station-decommissioning-and-removal-of-fuel-oil-system.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Sellafield Demolition Framework - KDC
    Grangemouth Office Contact Form Please enter a search term to begin your search Home Services About News Sectors Community Customers Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Nuclear Sellafield Demolition Framework Sellafield Demolition Framework VALUE 2M CLIENT Sellafield Limited LOCATION Sellafield Site Seascale Cumbria Challenge Demolition of redundant facilities adjacent to operational plant on a congested nuclear licensed site Solution Use of conventional techniques developed over a number of years of providing similar services to the petro chemical and pharmaceutical industries Project description and key features KDC was one of three companies awarded the framework The projects consist of project management design operational management documentation asbestos removal including notification demolition waste minimisation and consignment The principal challenge in executing these tasks is that of the reservations held by the site staff and in particular the safety community implementation and safety case KDC resolved these issues by engaging with key stakeholders to understand the reservations and perceptions with work of this nature and demonstrating through our experience the use of demolition best practice to safely

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/nuclear1/sellafield-demolition-framework.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Decommissioning and Demolition of Rubber Manufacturing facility - KDC
    Beverage Manufacturing Development amp Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence CSR Initiatives Case Studies Testimonials Manchester Office Grangemouth Office Contact Form Please enter a search term to begin your search Home Services About News Sectors Community Customers Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Chemical Decommissioning and Demolition of Rubber Manufacturing facility Decommissioning and Demolition of Rubber Manufacturing facility VALUE circa 2 million CLIENT Flexsys Rubber Chemicals Solutia LOCATION Ruabon North Wales CONTRACT START Sept 2009 CONTRACT FINISH March 2010 Challenge Decontamination and demolition of high hazard chemical process plant Access to difficult location Close neighbours Solution Detailed characterisation risk assessments and method design Extensive Environmental Health and Safety controls from planning stage to project delivery Client testimonial Jeremy Cleave Project Manager KDC performed this challenging project to time cost and quality most importantly to the highest H S standards and in close liaison with the local community Project description and key features This rubber manufacturing Facility in North Wales was the subject of a manufacturing rationalisation programme The Ruabon site is in a logistically demanding area with housing and a river close by and limited road access Site residues included very hazardous chemicals used in the manufacturing process and the building incorporated an asbestos cement roof KDC won Solutia s competitive tender due to the most advantageous commercial terms and safest methodologies addressing the difficult site location and chemotoxic risks KDC employed innovative methods to for contained area working removing potential for damp ingress and dust exposure for neighbours RPE work included waste removal to IPCS The local community was engaged through letter drops and meetings at the local social club and the works were

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/chemical1/decommissioning-and-demolition-of-rubber-manufacturing-facility.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Asset / Land clearance Contract - KDC
    Sciences Offshore Marine Chemical Food And Beverage Manufacturing Development amp Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence CSR Initiatives Case Studies Testimonials Manchester Office Grangemouth Office Contact Form Please enter a search term to begin your search Home Services About News Sectors Community Customers Investor Relations Careers Contact Case Studies Nuclear Pharmaceutical Oil Gas and Petrochemical Utilities And Energy Offshore Marine Chemical Manufacturing Development and Regeneration Remediation Industrial Defence Testimonials You are here Home Customers Case Studies Pharmaceutical Asset Land clearance Contract Asset Land clearance Contract VALUE 7 1M CLIENT Syngenta Limited Huddersfield Manufacturing Centre DATE April 2007 June 2009 DURATION 26 months This project involved the clearance of several major chemical process plants within the Huddersfield manufacturing complex and demolition of supporting facilities no longer utilised on the site The project scope included Asset Valuation Marketing and Sales Removal of contaminated fume extract ducts prior to deplanting demolition Deplanting of process equipment from within confines of plant structure Hazard Abatement guano asbestos etc Demolition processing of the residual process plant and structures Removal of below ground foundations slabs plinths sumps drains etc Crushing of rubble Grading of areas As part of this project KDC realised 2 6M of scrap metals that provided

    Original URL path: http://www.kdc.co.uk/customers/case-studies/pharmaceutical1/asset-land-clearance-contract.html (2016-02-11)
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