Dismantling by design

Dismantling by design is:

To remove a structure, plant or piece of equipment without the need to maintain its integrity for reuse.
Usually associated to live operational areas within confined spaces and difficult to reach places within a plant or structure. The need to maintain the asset’s integrity for reuse is not required, thus allowing alternative methods of dismantling to be utilised; machine operations, mechanical or hot/cold cutting techniques can be utilised to undertake the disinvestment.

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