AR Demolition’s remediation relaunch

By Leila Steed02 July 2019

AR Demolition's new earthworks and remediation team: Matt Barrow and Felicity Barnard

AR Demolition’s new earthworks and remediation team will be led by Matt Barrow and Felicity Barnard

AR Demolition has taken on a new team of earthworks and remediation specialists to revitalise its services.

The United Kingdom-based contractor’s team will be led by operations director Matt Barrow. The former head of operational delivery for the remediation division of demolition contractor Keltbray, he has more than a decade of experience in civil engineering and soil stabilisation roles.

Matt said: “Earthworks and remediation have always been part of AR Demolition’s armoury. Now we have a dedicated team with a specialist skillset so we can relaunch our offering, communicating to current and future clients that we can provide a turnkey solution for fully enabled construction-ready sites.”

The company has also appointed Felicity Barnard to the role of compliance manager.

An industry-proven remediation professional with an environmental science degree, she will work alongside Matt as the company relaunches its services.

Richard Dolman, AR Demolition managing director, said: “Matt and his team will provide a valuable service that we hope can play an important role, not just in providing our customers with the best possible service but also to help with urban regeneration.

“AR Demolition is gradually turning into the company we have all visualised – it’s an exciting time for all of us here and great to see our continued development, setting an example for what a small demolition contractor of the 21st century can be.”


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