ATI’s commercial demolition services have you covered. Building demolition requires years of experience and strict safety standards to protect surrounding areas. Demolition experts with the right heavy equipment, such as a commercial demolition contractor or a disaster recovery contractor, are imperative for a safe demolition. In accordance with our high safety standards, we are fully bonded and insured, and hold all required licenses and certifications.
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Demolition work is required when a commercial building is damaged beyond repair or contains hazardous materials. Each demolition project requires specific solutions that are right for that property.
In addition to debris removal, demolition jobs may require excavating or land clearing the property. Some commercial properties require selective demolition. Interior demolition is a great example. Demolishing only certain areas of a building while keeping the rest of the property intact requires decades of experience and a high level of coordination. Contractors must map out an entire building’s mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and structural infrastructure prior to interior strip-outs.
The most critical factor in recovering from a disaster is time. In our experience, the longer it takes to respond to a disaster, the higher the cost of recovery. ATI has developed a tool to help you recover quickly from a disaster. Our Emergency Response Agreement (ERA) provides for priority service in times of peak demand, providing for rapid response and efficient recovery. Our ERAs feature pre-determined pricing, taking the guesswork out of your recovery budget process. An ERA from ATI can be an important part of your Disaster Recovery Plan, providing peace of mind should an unfortunate disaster event occur.
Disaster Recovery Planning is often an afterthought. For those entities that are fortunate enough to have a plan, many times it has been developed without the benefit of a Disaster Recovery firm. ATI has helped thousands of clients prepare for and recover from disaster events. When identifying your Disaster Recovery Team of internal and external stakeholders, be sure to include more than one Disaster Recovery provider. This will ensure that you are adequately prepared if an emergency or disaster occurs.
Emergencies and disasters often pose major challenges to smaller companies. These challenges can impact their ability to respond quickly, staff the work, and deal effectively with a myriad of resulting environmental issues.
Small firms and franchises often have limited local resources and can be quickly overwhelmed. Their resources may be adequate for day-to-day events, but when dealing with a large-scale disaster or widespread emergency storm event, small teams can quickly find themselves overwhelmed. With multiple emergencies occurring at once, small firms and franchises may not be able to respond at all.
For larger emergency and disaster events, larger firms with scalability are critical. With more resources readily available at their disposal, larger Disaster Recovery firms will:
• Implement a quick response & recovery plan
• Limit operational interruption
• Contain and mitigate environmental, toxic or biological exposures
• Be in full compliance with regulations to avoid unnecessary fines & penalties
• Safeguard all stakeholders from potential illness or injury
When identifying your Disaster Recovery Team of internal and external stakeholders, be sure to include one or more large Disaster Recovery providers. This will ensure that you are adequately prepared if a larger-scale disaster occurs.
Demolition is the wrecking and/or removal of a building’s entire structure or parts and certain materials. Demolition services can be used to completely level an entire building or to remove only parts of its interior or exterior.
Dismantling is the precise process of removing materials with the intention of keeping them intact, to be used again. Demolition is focused on the quick removal of a building or areas of a building without the intent of material re-use.
This depends on the level of wrecking required. For complete demolition, explosives, cranes, and potentially other machines may be used. Excavation is sometimes required for basements or swimming pool removal, and excavators are required.
The Clean Air Act states that the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regulations must be followed during any commercial building demolition or renovation. These regulations require that the owner/operator of the building notify the State before any demolition (or renovation) of buildings that could possibly contain a certain amount of asbestos takes place. Certain operations are prohibited from releasing visible emissions into the air and are required to follow proper air cleaning and hazardous waste removal procedures. Asbestos abatement, asbestos removal are all highly regulated processes requiring certified technicians. Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) regulations are also strictly enforced on demolition sites.
ATI will work with your team to ensure all utilities are disconnected, such as disconnecting meters (electricity and gas) and arranging for sewerage to be capped securely.