There are fewer areas today where developers can build on land that has never been used before, so they must often clear out old structures before they can begin their work. Even companies lucky enough to purchase an area that has seen no building will have to clear the land before construction can begin. In each case, there are very different methods used to make the area ready for the construction workers to begin the important steps that will lead to a completed new development.

Making plans for any new site to be built takes time and effort, and specialists are often a large part of the process. Each one contributes their knowledge of how to clear the site properly, and they will give the developer in charge of the work a step-by-step plan to accomplish the goal. When their plan is followed, the result will be an area ready for the new construction of the final project.


Demolishing Historical Buildings

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Leveling the Field

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Implosion or the Wrecking Ball

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