A good collaboration is crucial for any construction project, but can be challenging in demolition projects as demolition is marred by uncertainty. This results in conditions where it is important to take the environmental history and structure of the building into account even though time and economy can be tight.
Avoid conflicts in demolition projects
Demolition projects often has a change of personnel and companies which can contribute to an unclear distribution of roles leading to conflicts and misunderstanding.
It is important to strengthen the good collaboration between the involved operators of the demolition project. This guide outlines the central elements concerning the good collaboration process as well as how to deal with the many uncertainties and risks that are involved in a demolition project.
The guideline can be of help with both a total demolition project as well as a partial demolition followed by a renovation.