Commercial demolition is the partial or complete dismantlement of commercial properties such as office buildings, shopping malls, hotels and the like.
Demolition is a complex set of tasks involving structural dismantlement, site clearance, environmental remediation, salvage, recycling, and industrial recovery. Demolition is a highly sophisticated craft which involves the use of hydraulic equipment with specialized attachments, cranes, loaders, wrecking balls and in some cases explosives.
Whether your project involves a single family home or multiple homes, we can handle everything from utility disconnects and demolition permits to the complete cleanup and grading of the lot .As the largest residential demolition contractor, we work with various city, state, county and federal entities to quickly and safely complete demolition jobs necessitated by Flooding, Health concerns, Emergency response, Other dangerous environments. As a result, we have helped increase the overall safety and functionality of many neighborhoods.
Interior demolition is the non-structural demolishing of spaces within a structure usually in preparation for reuse and upgrading of the space. This work includes interior wall and ceiling removal, demolition of flooring and some utility services, salvage, and selective structural demolition.
Industrial demolition is the dismantlement of structures or facilities used in the production of goods. This work can be done at chemical plants, oil refineries, manufacturing facilities and the like. It often involves the environmental remediation of hazardous substances that were part of the industrial process and potentially contaminated the site. Industrial demolition can be a complex undertaking involving sophisticated engineering, specialized rigging, and complex industrial hygiene requirements.
Our site work is part of a construction project that is not part of a building or house’s physical structure. This usually includes grading, excavation, construction and installation of septic tanks and filtration systems, driveways and other utilities. Other items that we also include in the definition of sitework and are suggested to customers by most contractors are the following:
- Preparation of the structure’s foundation through excavation or land clearing
- Rough or initial grading
- Final grading
- Construction and paving of driveways
- Addition of walkway.
From one to 100 acres, we've cleared the way for pipelines, roads, new neighborhoods, shopping centers, golf courses, gas well pads and more. We start by planning out your project before we clear the way.You benefit from the safety and speed resulting from our investment in specialized equipment. Safety is at the forefront of everything we do, both in the interest of our workers and the site they're working on. Our crew is trained to work on MSHA-regulated sites (Part 46 and 48), in OSHA regulations, and is certified in First Aid and CPR. Our complete package of services include, and are not limited to:
- Clearing and grubbing
- Clear cutting
- Tree stump removal
- Horizontal grinding
- Structural demolition
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