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Maylarch Demolition is a Government and local authority approved contractor and we can offer you a wide choice of services in a cost effective package.
We provide demolition, partial demolition, strip out, office / factory and site clearance.
Reclamation, recycling and site decontamination services.
We can offer you:
Fully trained and experienced, contract managers, supervisors and operatives.
We are the only company based in Oxfordshire that are able to provide in-house specialist demolition services together with asbestos surveying and H.S.E. licensed asbestos removal services.
We are members of the Beard Alliance Partnership program
We are on Moss Construction Preferred Contractor list
Maylarch Environmental Ltd holds the following accreditations:
Licensed by The Health & Safety Executive to work with asbestos
- Member of Asbestos Removal Contractors Association (A.R.C.A)
- Member of the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (C.H.A.S)
- Member of The National Federation of Demolition Contractors (N.F.D.C.)
- Member of The National Demolition Training Group (N.D.T.G.)
- Registered with Constructionline
- Have achieved recognition as ‘Investor in People’
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