Check out some of our industrial, commercial, and residential demolition projects.
Penacook Landing Concord NH Jeremy Hiltz Excavation Inc. 4000 sq. ft
Performed all ACM Abatement for 2 Structures and total demolition of 2 structures for the City of Concord. Job challenges included working on a property with contaminated soils, one of the structures being partially over a small canal and immediately adjacent to the street.
$100,000 - $250,000
Mall of NH Manchester NH - Rycon Construction, Inc. 115,000 sq. ft
Performed a combination of interior demolition and select total demolition for new retail stores. We performed all abatement and hazmat removal prior to demolition. Job challenges included a very tight timeframe of new store completion needed including unexpected delays that had to be overcome and removing a penthouse structure from the existing portion of the building via crane that house former HVAC Equipment.
$250,000 - $500,000
Fitzgerald Tile Inc Woburn Ma - Callahan Construction Managers 47,900 sq. ft
ACM Abatement performed by hand removing entire flat rubber roof down to ceiling joists. Complete demolition of building after abatement ahead of schedule. Job challenges included working on a superfund site, which required additional qualifications/training for all employees and heavy EPA-DEP involvement.
$500,000 - $1,000,000
Endicott College Wax Academic Center Beverly Ma Windover Construction 77,000 sq. ft
Performed total demolition of a structure that included extreme challenges with ACM coated foundations that had to remain intact and unimpacted during the demo and removal process of all other debris. The coated foundations were then removed in specifically lined trailers, monitored by the DEP, to a proper disposal facility. Beyond the ACM challenges, this was also performed on a very tight timeline while students remained on campus. This project came in under budget and on time.
$1,000,000 - $2,000,000
Washington Mills Apartments Lawrence Ma SMC Management Corp 716,500 sq. ft
Performed a combination of selective demolition involving a large interior gut out of a portion of the building and total demolition of multiple structures. One building was immediately adjacent to the river which needed to have additional processes, including craning materials of the seven-story structure, to ensure no contamination of the river. This building had multiple basements with approx. 4000 yards of concrete that were crushed and used to backfill the foundation. There was a geotechnical fabric system used to support any lateral movement of the river in 12-inch lifts. The site contained all asbestos-contaminated soils that could not be removed from the property.