THE company behind the demolition of the High Flats at Fullarton in Irvine are doing their bit to help out in the community.

It comes as staff from the Dem-Master Demolition team broke ground at Loudoun Montgomery Primary School earlier this week.

It forms part of their community benefit commitments, which they are carrying out during their project at the high flats.

The team will be volunteering for two days as they look to assist the school who are preparing to build a sensory garden on their grounds.

Irvine Times: The team from Dem-Master have been working hard to help out the school.The team from Dem-Master have been working hard to help out the school. (Image: Dem-Master Demolition)

The works consist of excavating various sections of the ground, transferring the materials to an agreed location on the site and assisting with infill.

Sharing images as they broke ground, a representative from Dem-Master said: "We cannot wait to see the sensory garden when it’s complete!

"If you look closely at the photos, you will see Garnock Tower in the background which is ready for structural demolition very soon!"

The images were taken only days before demolition of the Garnock Tower began - on Tuesday, April 11.