61 years of demolition industry experience carrying out numerous high profile projects, including numerous at live military facilities. Zone Recovery Global identified a need for specialist, conflict zone – recovery demolition, accommodation and semi-permanent structures.
Zone Recovery Global strives to provide maximum recycling efficiency, which ensures that local resources are not strained further, benefiting the ongoing good of the area.
Rebuilding our world, leaving a legacy. Our projects aim to leave behind an “in country legacy” of cleared, safe areas primed for rebuilding.
Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Israel and Palestine are a handful of countries currently affected by deadly attacks. Reducing cities to rubble, causing natives to flee and leaving behind unrecovered wastelands.
Regularly clear up operations are found to be unsafe, involve untrained locals and are not meeting stringent UK, European and American standards.
“Zone Recovery Global has set out to safely recover and revive zones in countries subject to war and or environmental disaster.”
Oliver has spent the past 25 years in and around the temporary structure industry both in the UK, Europe and the Middle East. Working in the most hostile and dangerous parts of the world delivering rapid build solutions for various sectors and uses. This coupled with site preparation works and logistics delivering projects where most wouldn’t want to operate. The partnership thats newly formed will see a wealth of experience and expertise coming together to offer a turnkey solution to meet hazardous demands that will easily be managed.
Since leaving Dubai “where the UAE business was based” some 7 years ago, Oliver has spent his time investing and assisting growth in various businesses but has always kept involved within the industry of preparation, site management and the building sector.
Michael started working on demolition projects at the age of 16. Growing his skills to complete a HND in Quantity Surveying. Michael then started MICOR at the age of 21, a demolition company that approached tough situations with innovative problem solving. Mike ran MICOR for 30 successful years. Then sitting on the National Demolition Training Group for 2 years. Michael worked on numerous projects within the confines of live Military bases. Word spread of Michael’s attention to detail and positive problem solving, this led to becoming a Network Rail call out contractor to incidents and dangerous structures.
His success brought awards; twice the winner of Corporation of London Considerate Contractor (for projects within the “Square Mile”), ROSPA Silver Winner, Winner of World Demolition Award 2013, Shortlisted World Demolition Award 2014 & 2015.
After getting his BSC Honors from Nottingham Trent University, James went to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst where he graduated and became an officer in the Parachute Regiment, serving in numerous countries and operations, including the Middle East.
After leaving the British Military in 2004, James set up security for the US Embassy in Iraq and later went on to help run the logistics and security for the first UN general election in Iraq in 2005, post Saddam regime. He has spent 15 years in the Middle east, Africa and Central America, working with a number of governments on logistics and redevelopment projects in post conflict areas, and in countries with limited resources. James is now based in Washington DC.
Freddie has 20 years experience in the Middle East and Africa. Working closely within the ZR Global team on projects, making sure project dynamics and logistics are kept to a strict timeframe. Based in Dubai, Freddie works closely with Governments and heads of leading organisations throughout the region. Whilst working in the Middle East; Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia and Africa to name a few, Freddie has formed an elegance of quality and reliability.