We plan deconstruction, demolition and disposal

Professional deconstruction demands solid expertise and interdisciplinary competence for implementation.

WESSLING engineers during dismantling operations at a building site.

WESSLING plans and supports remediation and deconstruction measures from the first on-site inspection, through a hazardous substances assessment and disposal concept, to site management and implementation. A sustainable safety concept is essential in order to anticipate the necessary safety and health measures at an early stage.

Efficient planning leads to lower disposal costs

Our engineers will advise you on your project with integrated planning and efficient implementation, ultimately saving disposal costs and preventing accidents. With our expertise, we draw up a demolition plan and protect you from economic losses and unnecessary delays. At the same time, controlled deconstruction prevents risks to human health and the environment.

Recycling: profits through reusing

Uncontaminated building materials, however, can argely be recycled. Ideally, old buildings and plants can even serve as “raw material suppliers” with quite substantial revenues from recovery and recycling. WESSLING will determine the potential of your demolition waste.

Our services:

  • Safety and health protection
  • Deconstruction and demolition concepts
  • Demolition and disposal planning
  • Drawing up bills of quantities
  • Expert support and site management
  • Work safety on building sites
  • Building site logistics
  • Analysis of hazardous building materials

Your contact regarding deconstruction, demolition and disposal

Heinrich Harpering
„Deconstruction projects, for example in the inner city or during on-going production, require reliable planning and implementation. Supported by an interdisciplinary team, I will identify cost-effective demolition concepts for you.“

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Radon in construction land and buildings

Radon (Rn-222) is a naturally occurring radioactive noble gas that is formed in the ground from the radioactive decay of rocks containing uranium. It can penetrate buildings through leaks.

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WESSLING is awarded “ÖKOPROFIT Company District Steinfurt 2020”

Exciting project concerning sustainability and the pro-active use of valuable resources ended with great success.

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