OUR SKILLS AND TECHNIQUE
The Difference is not just how we build. Its how we think.
Zetta is experienced in a wide range of projects, from single dwellings to mid to rise mixed-use buildings to block of townhouses, commercial properties, and luxury custom homes.
- Highly Skilled Staff
- Extensive Fleet
- Turnkey Site Solutions
- Fast Turnaround
Our Recent Accomplishments
Dismantling a structure is not as easy of a task as it might seem. When you have a building or structure that needs to be demolished, there are a myriad of factors to consider, including cost, length of project, disposal, and environmental impact.
The team at Zetta recognize that each site is unique in its needs, and will need to be deconstructed in its own way. We specialize in the deconstruction process, devoting constant study to new techniques and technology that will aid quick and clean deconstructions processes. We utilize advanced techniques to demolish low-rise buildings in the safest ways, all while keeping environmental concerns a top priority. You can feel at ease knowing our crew will remove your structure without damaging surrounding property.
When you need your site to be deconstructed with care and finesse, count on the Zetta Construction team to step up to the task.
Any construction team must be mindful to the area and earth surrounding the project site – this is why shoring, or earth retention, is such a key part of any construction project. Shoring is the process by which earth around a construction site is maintained and held in place, to ensure the safety of the site and the construction workers present. Likewise, shoring protects the environment around a construction site, ensuring that buildings, plants, and more all maintain their position despite the construction process going on nearby.
Ontario’s building codes now require shoring to be done at any excavation sites that dig deeper than 4′ in depth. It’s crucial that your construction project not harm surrounding land, houses, or trees, and this is why our team works hard to drill consciously and skillfully. Know that we have the years of experience and dearth of knowledge that it takes to commit to proper shoring techniques and practices.