Who we are:
CRS Demolition Limited is registered in England, and has its registered office at The Stoneyard, Coach Road, Church, Accrington, BB5 0ED.
We provide Demolition services throughout the United Kingdom.
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Use of your personal data:
We collect and process personal data:
Personal data sources:
We collect personal data from any number of sources including:
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Employment and education details:
This source of data is stored for recruitment purposes; we dispose unsuccessful job applications unless we are requested to keep CV and Cover Letter on file.
Bank and payment information:
This information can be provided at anytime during our business relationship with you, it also includes setting up direct debits with us.
We may request you to confirm bank details in person, by email and over the telephone. This process enables us to charge you for our services or make payments to you.
Calls may be recorded for training, security and audit purposes.
Electronic and hardcopy correspondence and documentation:
Any documentation and correspondence submitted to CRS Demolition Limited may be stored to help us deal with queries and support our client services. The data also is capital in ensuring contracts are completed to the highest standard.
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Transferring your data outside of the European Economic Area:
In some circumstances your data may be transferred to a third party agency that may process your data outside of the European Economic Area, this will be executed if necessary for the performance and completion of a contract.
Safeguarding your personal data:
CRS Demolition Limited takes all reasonable steps to ensure a safeguard is in place to protect your personal data. We have company policies in place regarding information security both physical and digital.
Staff members are properly trained so they are able to process your data securely. Senior management also does regular checks to ensure the company is following all aspects of data protection.
How long we retain your personal data:
We will not hold your personal information in an identifiable format for any longer than is necessary for the purposes for which we collected it. For marketing purposes we retain your personal information indefinitely, for contractual purposes we retain it for a period of 7 years after the information is no longer required for business reasons so that we can deal with any legal proceedings that could arise.
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Reporting a concern:
Should you not be satisfied with our resolution you can raise the matter with the Information Commissioner’s office.
If you feel that the processing of your data infringes any of your rights you will always have the rights to lodge a complaint with the (ICO).
Automated decision making:
Automatic decision processes allow us to meet a contractual obligation.
Automated decision-making can include credit checks. Where we process your data for the purposes of a contract we are not compelled to explain the decision made. However, to show good client service we will try and provide you with an explanation.
Some of your information will be stored on Mailchimp, including your name, email address, IP address and the amount of times you click the links on our marketing campaigns. Should you require more information on Mailchimp, you are able to request this via our website contact page. CRS Demolition Limited and Mailchimp will never sell your email address unless legally compelled to do so.
Please call 01254 301731. Alternatively fill in the website contact form on the link provided http://www.crsdemo.co.uk/contact-us.html
Huge and very rare steel RSJ Beams.
Width - 415mm
Flange - 65mm
Depth - 460mm
Length - Varies on each individual beam, see photos.
Quantity - 7 available
Price = £300 per tonne
Delivery can be arranged however price would have to be agreed in advance, beams released once full payment made.
Contact details should you be interested:
CRS Demolition office - 01254 301 731
Position: Class 2 HGV Hook Lift Skip Wagon/HIAB Driver
Location: Accrington BB5
Experienced hooklift skip wagon/hiab driver required to transport various materials i,.e stone, wood, waste and scrap from demolition sites to disposal site. Also to carry out other duties as requested. Immediate start, hours are 8.00am to 5.00pm but overtime will be required. Must hold Driver CPC and CPCS card for hook lift operations.
Please find application contact details on the following link:
CRS Demolition Ltd currently have listed for sale a 27,000 sqft portal frame (8m to gutter).
Frame is available for purchase at £64,800 from our Lancashire based site. The price includes VAT, moreover this would be ideal for various types of warehouse use. We also have a live sales add on Gumtree, offering a variation of contact options alongside more photos and details.
Should you prefer to send us an email on here, then please use our new optimised enquiry form, following the navigation bar and clicking on the contact page.
Alternatively call or visit the CRS Demolition Ltd offices based in Accrington. Daily updates can also be found via all CRS social media platforms.
The CRS Demo football team were ecstatic to take home the trophy from a charity football match. The tournament was arranged by Baker Mallett and raised much needed funds for Child Bereavement UK. We had a tough match against AEW Architects in the semi-final, but prevailed and went on to claim the trophy. Well done lads!
What is more fun than creating something? Answer: destroying something. In that case, just what is demolition? It is amazing how it can take hours, months and years to create the perfect building or statue, but only a couple of minutes to flatten it to the group. The art of demolishing, and one that many enjoy. The most important material needed for demolition is caution. It is one of the most dangerous jobs as one single move in the wrong direction can result in something truly fatal. For this reason there are 6 very important rules to follow when setting up any site.
A vital rule is to never have any form of alcohol in your system for 24 hours before entering the site. There are several tests that will be conducted to verify that this is the fact, and if any form of alcohol is found in the blood stream the worker will be discharged from site immediately. There is a strong penalty if it is found more than twice in the blood stream. A very important rule in life is to get enough sleep.
The worker has to have slept for a minimum of 7 hours before coming onto site. The worker is required to log in the sleeping patterns that are recorded via an advanced watch system. This is the easiest rule to follow and usually one that is always obeyed. Some very nice advice is to always wear protective clothing and eye wear. The clothing needs to be approved and provided by the site officials. Not generics will be allowed. The eye wear has to be checked every month for any possible scratches or deterioration, which might lead to breakage.
Urban development is a strategy affecting the entire nation. The government is working towards removing hazardous and contaminated materials from the grounds. They are discouraging industries from providing harmful gasses and chemical as waste products to the air or the waters. Developers must satisfy the disposal requirement of the governing body for them to receive an operating license. These procedures also affect the business managers, architects, and the developers. To understand the procedure to follow when interviewing the service providers who are responsible for removing the dangerous materials, you must be conversant with the duties they carry out. Talk to a person working in this industry about the roles a site remediation contractor Lancashire professional since they work in the same industry. The professional must qualify for a license for them to start operating.
The permitting organisation looks at the skills, experience, and the equipment of the applicants before licensing them. They understand that many people are after exploiting the customers with their unskilled services that are why they issue these documents. During your search, ensure you focus on licensed firms. Talk to your neighbours about the potential companies in your locality. Inquire from them about the entities they have worked with when removing the unwanted substances from their premises. The web will provide more details about these firms. Known plants have established sites that they use to interact with their clients. Read their job descriptions to determine whether they will meet your requirements. The reviews outline the experience other customers had with the providers. Look at their ratings to learn if other people trust their operations.
.Asbestos is a natural mineral that is used in buildings mainly for fireproofing and insulation purposes. Exposure to this mineral can be quite dangerous, as it leads to fatal diseases. This includes even exposure to small amounts of the mineral. To minimize this danger, it is proper to organize for safe asbestos removal in Manchester. Here are some safe ways to dispose off this mineral. If you suspect that the building you live in or work in has this mineral, it is advisable to call in a professional to handle the situation. There are some companies that specialize in handling the disposal of this mineral safely. They have the knowledge and the equipment to do the job. Ensure that the contractor that you hire has been licensed to do the job.
The contractor should alert the concerned agency that deals with these issues about sites that are affected. If you cannot hire someone to do the job, then you will have to do it yourself. Wear protective gear before you get started. This includes wearing disposable overalls and a mask over your face, so that you do not breathe in the dust from the mineral. Once you are through with the job, get rid of these protective clothing that you wore to get the job done. Only do the task under favourable conditions. This includes when weather conditions are right. Avoid working when it is windy, to prevent the dust from spreading. Make sure to dampen the site you are working on, so that the airborne dust is not spread all over the place. Also, don’t use a vacuum cleaner or a broom to sweep off the dust.
Demolition is the act of intentionally tearing down a building, to create space for rebuilding or other uses. Finding the best demolition contractors in Manchester is not an easy task, this is because there are many companies offering these services. Demolition may look like a chaotic activity, but there is great scheduling and planning involved. There are many factors that an individual must take into consideration before settling on a firm. An individual who needs abatement services must visit the different companies that are available in the area. Once at the offices one must ask for the brochures of the firm. This is so as to compare them to know if they have the right qualification to carry out the exercise. Comparing them ensures that one chooses the best, out of the firms available.
The Cost of hiring a firm is another important factor that should be looked at. One should ask for price quotations from the different firms around the area. One should compare the price ranges offered by the firms and choose the most reasonable of them all. An individual need not look at the cheapest quotation or the highest quotation, one needs to assess the quality of work done by various company. That is why research is important before hiring a contractor. It is also important to look at the past work done by the demolition expert. The potential client should ask for contacts of former clients who act as references. The clients should be called to confirm if the service they received was satisfactory or not. One should therefore work with the firm that provided the most satisfactory service.
If an already constructed building is a threat to community, appropriate precautionary measures should be put in place. Demolishing the building is one of commonly used methods to remove the danger. The law requires that one should notify the authority before Dismantling Buildings in Lancashire. Warning should be given in time, to ensure that relevant preparations are done. Hire a highly qualified company to help perform demolitions. The notice should be placed in an accessible area, where everyone around the house can see. There are different methods that can be applied during the demolition process. Demolition can be done with the use of a hand. This method is not as quick as other modernized ones.
During the process, hand tools are used to help accomplish the mission. Normally, chutes are used to help carry debris to the lower ground from upper part of the house. One should use a platform that has been lifted with the help of a machine to access the upper part of the house. Commence the process by demolishing the upper part downwards. If one is roofed, start by bringing down the roof. This technique will make dismantling process fast and safe. Do not allow debris to accumulate in the floor, as it could be a threat to those below. During the process, one ought to be very careful to avoid being injured.
Another method commonly used when dismantling constructions includes, the balling process. One is required to undergo some training before commencing applying the method. The skills applied here cannot be self-taught. The technique is very efficient when dealing with multistory building.
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