Home ›› Newsletter ›› NOVEMBER 2018 - DIG IT CIVIL NEWSLETTER NOVEMBER 2018 - DIG IT CIVIL NEWSLETTERFriday, 9 November 2018 *|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* WELCOMEWelcome to our November Newsletter. Well, the year is almost over and we don't know about you, but it seems to have gone by in the blink of an eye! It's been a busy one for us here at DIG IT so we're definitely looking forward to some downtime over the Christmas period. For now though, business as usual, so please read on for all the current news from DIG IT.As always, we hope you enjoy the read. Demolishing your old house to remodel or build a new home is a big deal! Both financially and emotionally. To have a reliable and trustworthy demolition contractor on board therefore, can alleviate some of the worry that surrounds such a tall undertaking and will give you the assurance you need that an expert job will be carried out. Here are some things to consider when seeking out a demolition contractor that will work with your best interests in mind. 1. Referrals This is often the initial and safest way to find out the authenticity of a demolition company. Ask for customer referrals. Talk to the customers first hand or visit their premises to get to know the quality of work of that particular company. You could also view the company’s website, social media pages and online reviews.Read more here. An exciting job for us to secure in 2018 was this one at the New South Wales Golf Club in La Perouse. Exciting not only because of it's spectacular views but because it allowed us involvement in the Golf Clubs vision for the future; the future being a brand new underground, state of the art training facility with an indoor/outdoor driving range. Additionally, the putting green will now reside on the top of the "buried" building. DIG IT's work began with the grubbing and clearing of all vegetation and tree stumps over an area of 2200m2. We then demolished the existing asphalt car park and bulk excavated over 3000m3 of sand for the underground facilities. We reused huge quantities of this sand to then backfill behind the buildings walls. Detailed excavation was also carried out for the buildings footings. Check out the drone flight below of this project and click HERE to see the photo gallery on our website. Captured by drone is the work that DIG IT carried out at the New South Wales Golf Club in La Perouse.