When your facility needs dismantling services, ATI is ready to make that process simple and cost-effective. Whether your facility is historic and reuse of materials is required, a repair is needed in an otherwise inaccessible area, or preserving unique elements of a modern space is important for your facility, ATI is ready to get the job done right.
When areas are dismantled to uncover hazardous materials, ATI is careful to test and treat all building materials removed for hazards, ensuring that materials are safe to be reinstalled. Dismantling can require special permitting and approval from a local jurisdiction, especially in the case of historic buildings. As a national disaster recovery firm, ATI is ready to navigate that process anywhere.
During interior industrial salvage removal projects, our demo crew may remove salvageable materials with care to allow for reuse. When demolishing a building, strong metal can be difficult to destroy so hydraulic shears are an essential part of demolition. Hydraulic shears are powered by hydraulics and used to cut through metals.After demolition experts finish performing the other dismantling services, we bring long boom excavators to finish the job.
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.
If you need to do an exploration to identify any hidden hazardous materials, this process ensures a proper re-assembly of building materials once we’ve identified those hazards and remediated them appropriately. Other buildings may require reuse of original materials to preserve historic significance.
It depends on the need to dismantle an area. If you are dismantling an area after a disaster or to uncover a hazardous area that needs remediation, your insurance will likely cover the process.
You must check with your local historic preservation society and municipality rules. While we work with these entities, we do not guarantee this process aligns with their requirements.
Demolition methods can range from blasts to non-explosive piece-by-piece removals. Some include implosions, excavators, bulldozers, dismantling, and selective demolition. Controlled demolition can be used for tall buildings, bridges, and cooling towers. This type of demolition is performed by diamond drilling and hydraulic concrete crunching. Another method is mechanical demolition which involves the use of specialized mechanical equipment.