About Fenech Demolition

We are
Fenech Demolition

A second generation, family run business, based in the Newcastle, Hunter Valley region. Established in 2008, we are proudly 100% indigenously owned and operated.

Our goal is to deliver ecologically responsible demolition projects.

Through our proven expertise and emphasis on customer satisfaction, we have become a trusted partner to a number of government departments and several sizeable public sector businesses.

Certified by Supply Nation, we are dedicated to building and participating in a prosperous and sustainable Indigenous Business Community.

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Our Strengths

Staying Safe

Our highly trained team assess projects and sites on a case-by-case basis, providing a thorough and unique safety plan to reduce risk and maximise compliance

Hiring the best

A rigorous hiring process guarantees that we only employ the best. Prospective staff are selected for their formal education, practical experience, current licencing, and, just as importantly, their shared belief in our ecological goals.

Working with the Environment

We recognise our responsibilities to current and future generations and are committed to preventing pollution and conserving biodiversity. Our Environmental Management Plan outlines how our work contributes to an ecologically sound outcome for every project.

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Licences and Accreditation

As an organisation, Fenech Demolition are licenced by NSW EPA and Safework NSW.

Fenech Demolition staff have permits covering the breadth of -demolition, safe removal and disposal of asbestos , as well as truck HC,HR driving and machinery operation in LL Front end loader, LS Front end loader skid steer, LB Front end loader backhoe, LE excavator, WP Boom type elevating work platform, LF Forklift trucks and C6 Slewing crane up to 60 tonnes.

Additional staff permits also include Asbestos Supervisor, Asbestos assessor, First aid, Fire warden, Fire extinguisher, Working at heights, Safely access the rail corridor, 7 core units rail and Work Health, and Safety General construction induction (White card).

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