We believe in the ability of pre-planning to create a smooth project from the moment we are contracted to final acceptance of our work. We take our work and safety seriously, are cognizant of the project schedule and subsequent phases, and diligent in our execution. We pride ourselves on our multidisciplinary approach to all prospective and contracted projects.
Our Owners’ combined experience ranging from abatement and demolition construction to land development provides an unparalleled dynamic to our industry. From our keen pre-construction efforts to project execution, our team is well-positioned to take on any residential or commercial abatement and/or demolition project.
We offer a wide range interior demolition services for commercial buildings, office buildings, warehouses, schools, universities, hospitals, and other structures. We work quickly without compromising quality, efficiently, and professionally. We understand working with property and/or asset managers to complete interior demolition projects by staying mindful of contractor expectations, noise ordinances, hours of operation, staging requirements. We take pride in maintaining a high level of professionalism and respect to the property, adjacent tenants, managers, and owners.
We specialize in structural demolition for virtually any size structure. Our demolition experience extends across a wide range of industries and structures, including industrial, commercial, and residential. Additionally, we are contracted to perform the demolition of existing site conditions to prepare land for its next phase of construction. We have the crews, equipment, capacity, training and experience to meet most demolition needs.
Asbestos is a heat-resistant fibrous silicate mineral that was used in fire-resistant and insulating materials in the past. Asbestos was used for many years in building construction and it can be found in many forms and places such as pipe insulation, plasters, joint compound, roofing, electrical insulation, ceilings, walls and as a fireproofing material in buildings. It has been found to be hazardous to humans when it is inhaled into the lungs (aka friable and/or airborne) which makes it necessary to remove it from structures containing this hazardous material.
We complete the removal of lead-based products, such as paint, lead piping and lead and contained on the exterior of structures, if necessary. Much of our exposure to lead comes from things such as the use of fossil fuels, some types of industrial facilities, and the former use of lead-based paint in homes. Once the government determined that lead-based products are proven to be toxic, they introduced strict regulations and legislation, which we must comply with, in order to reduce the public’s exposure to lead.
We contain and remove toxic mold from commercial and residential structures. Mold is naturally occurring in the environment and outdoors it plays a key role in nature and is harmless. However, when mold grows indoors, that is when it can become dangerous and a health hazard. Mold is a collection of very tiny spores, invisible to the naked eye, that float in outdoor and indoor air. Mold begins to grow and multiply when it settles on a wet or damp surface. Once that process occurs, a health hazard is introduced within 48 hours.