Structural demolition is the ultimate solution when damage is beyond repair or hazardous materials are beyond abatement. The complete demolition of a commercial property through wrecking or excavating the entire structure becomes the best strategy in rebuilding. Our team can perform commercial demolition of your entire structure and haul all demolition waste, while respecting any aspect of the building materials identified for recycling.
Throughout our years of experience in national demolition activities, our full-service structural demolition team has managed building clean-outs, drywall demolition, concrete demolition, concrete sawing, concrete removal, explosives, and removal services such as debris hauling, junk hauling, and dirt removal.
During your commercial building demolition project, our team manages construction debris and trucking debris removal as we work. We dismantle and recycle building materials for re-use and ensure a safe construction site throughout building demolition.
Structural demolition contractors demolish entire buildings or certain parts of the building’s structure in selective demolition. Most commercial demolition contractors also support debris hauling and will recycle materials from demolition. A good contractor should maintain a safe construction site while preserving drywall, concrete, landscaping, and any other aspects of the structure or site that need to remain untouched.
A reputable demolition contractor is imperative for demolition work, whether it is structural demolition or interior demolition. They will guide you to select the right demolition process your building needs, identify materials for reuse or recycle, manage trucking debris off-site to landfills, install dumpsters, decommission large equipment, and coordinate site preparation for the job site.
First, your contractor will determine the type of demolition required for your project. There are a number of demolition methods that may be used, like high reach demolition, explosive demolition, and selective demolition among others. Next, a demolition plan will guide the team through the process. Commercial demolishing often requires use of heavy equipment, like excavators, wrecking balls, building implosion equipment, bulldozers, crushers, high reach excavators, hydraulic hammers and loaders. The demolition plan will also outline health and safety measures to be taken while onsite. Your contractor will help determine if there are flammable materials to be aware of, and if removal of hazardous materials is needed.
Drafting a thorough business continuity plan prior to any disaster is key. Outside of a remote work plan, many building owners identify temporary office options in the event of structural disaster recovery.