Hazardous Material Removal

Kontro Group work with every client to deliver the perfect solution when dealing with hazardous material removal.

Our services include but not limited to testing and removal of hazardous materials including lead, lead paint, mould and all asbestos from homes, commercial and industrial properties.

We will work with you to set a schedule and budget whilst also maintaining the highest quality and standards.

Specific regulations governing training and competency of asbestos assessors, workers and supervisors have been clearly outlined in the Work Health Safety (WHS) Regulations.

Kontro Group hold a Friable Asbestos removal license.

We are fully licensed with SafeWork NSW and all other relevant authorities to undertake work involving the removal and disposal of non-friable (bonded) and friable asbestos and asbestos contaminated materials.

Maintaining a high level of safety procedures are a crucial part of our business.

When handled incorrectly exposure to asbestos can lead to serious illnesses such as asbestosis, mesothelioma and lung cancer.

Being an Australian owned and operated business we care about the health and safety of our staffs, community and the environment.

You can be assured all Kontro Group works compliance with Legislation, Code of Practice, SafeWork NSW, NSW EPA and all relevant Government Bodies.

Our Projects

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Bathers Way

Walking and cycling track bring the beach closer to the people. Rejuvenating the south coast of Newcastle, The Bathers Bay aims on increasing attraction via kiosks throughout the walk whilst the path surrounds the new skatepark. Increase the accessibility to the Newcastle beaches, the 4 to metre wide shared path will allow for all ages and abilities to use and enjoy the views.

Westmead Hospital

The new Central Acute Services Building (CASB), which is the centrepiece of the Westmead Redevelopment, is the first hospital in NSW to provide comprehensive health services for children and adults. It will be a joint facility with The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Western Sydney Local Health District, and the University of Sydney when it opens in early 2021, providing high-quality healthcare.

Scallabrini Village

 

The intent of this project was to interlace and weave the old and new in a seamless fashion, as the new expansion of the facilities heavily juxtaposes with the existing structures. This transition between the old chapel and the new tall white buildings also allowed for room for a custom – built tailored approach.

Lindfield Learning Village

Lindfield Learning Village is a former UTS Ku-Ring-Gai campus that holds historical significance, influencing the second half of 20th century Australian architecture. Sydney experienced high levels of residential suburban expansion in the 1960s in and around North shore. The difficult of the rocky and slop terrain of the North Shore had been a challenge that was hard to overcome.