Bottelier B.V. is a family business founded in 1970. In its early years, the company grew into a leader in demolition and asbestos work. In 1986 Demolition Combination Amsterdam B.V. was taken over, after which the company grew during this period into the largest contractor in the field of demolition, dismantling and asbestos remediation in the Netherlands. In the early eighties, 'recycling' added another specialty to the already extensive range of services, which resulted in the establishment of Bottelier Sloophandel in 1981.
Innovation and large-scale complex demolition work is the foundation of the company. In the 1980s, Bottelier pioneered innovative techniques such as chimney tongs, which were developed in-house, the use of radiographic demolition robots and dismantling by means of 250-ton cranes.
To this day, the company is known for its quality, care and durability. as well as the ability to carry out large and complex civil and industrial total projects in the fields of dismantling, demolition, and environmental engineering.
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Above is a nice example of how circular demolition was already applied in the past. The tower of the Spaarnekerk in Haarlem rests on the low-loader. This tower was dismantled by Bottelier and given a new lease of life. Today the tower rests on the iconic Febo fastfood restaurant in Haarlem, Schalkwijk.
LARGE INDUSTRIAL PROJECT: AMERCENTRAL GEERTRUIDENBERG