Contractors moved onto the site in August to begin stripping the structure’s interior fabric, with around 85% of the internal asbestos having been removed so far.
Scaffolding is now being put up around the exterior to allow workers to begin removing the cladding and external asbestos. Before the project started, the building contained around 12 tonnes of asbestos materials.
High winds and bad weather throughout October, November and December had caused some delays but it is hoped that the pool building will have been completely removed by 16 June.
The demolition project is thought to be one of the most complex ever undertaken in Jersey.