Resource's deconstruction project is currently on hold
DON’T DEMOLISH IT - DECONSTRUCT IT !
Deconstruction is a sustainable alternative to demolition, involving the deconstruction of a building by hand to recover up to 95% of building materials for reuse or recycling, turning your building waste into a valuable resource and reducing waste to landfill.
Our crew are experienced and White Card Certified, we can deconstruct commercial, industrial and residential buildings of all sizes. If you are planning a small extension to your home or demolishing an entire building our crew can handle it.
We can manage asbestos and other contaminates in line with WHS standards and practices with the assistance of sub contractors, to ensure waste is managed safely on and off site.
Resource approaches deconstruction with the ‘Waste Hierarchy’ - REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!
We are pleased to partner with developers, small businesses and home owners, here's what they say about our service:
“We worked with Resource Work Cooperative to salvage materials from our existing building on Bathurst Street, before the buildings were to be demolished to make way for The Commons Hobart. The deconstruction team were super accommodating in defining the scope of works and completed the work in a short timeframe. We’re stoked to have saved over 5 tonnes of reusable timber from reaching landfill.” - Adrian Janiszewski, Small Giants Developments
"Working with Resource has been a very easy and stress free process. They have completed works to an impressively high standard with great communication and highly competitive pricing - they’re our go to de-fit contractor and we happily recommend them to anyone” - Brodie, Sush
Resource Work Cooperative was awarded the Small Business Sustainability Award and the Ministers Choice Award in the Tasmanian EPA Awards for Environmental Excellence in 2010. It is our privilege to reduce waste and provide a sustainable alternative resource for reuse.
You can download the PDF here: resourceworkerscoopallservicesflyerjuly2018.pdf