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Regional Environmental Demolition Inc. (R.E.D.) specializes in demolition and asbestos abatement. We are dedicated to our clients needs. We maintain OSHA safe sites and complete our task on time and on budget. Our company also complies with all DEC, OSHA, DOL, EPA and DOT regulations.
Given the social and economic impact that the lockdown has had on the European demolition industry, the EDA Board has been meeting regularly to monitor the situation and support the industry, exchanging best practices and valuable information for the members.
Sullivan County State Supreme Court Judge Robert A. Sackett signed a consent order prohibiting David Turick and his company, Waverly Turick, LLC., from dumping illegally and violating other environmental laws. In November 2006, the Office of the Attorney General filed a lawsuit against Mr. Turick and his company after they had failed to properly address citations from the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) regarding their unlawful acts.
According to the injunction, Mr. Turick and his company are prohibited from: importing, processing, or disposing of any solid or hazardous waste on the Turick property; engaging in any activities that cause odors at the site; driving through a protected stream that crosses the property; releasing any petroleum or other vehicle fluids onto the ground; burning plastics or other waste; operating an auto crusher or otherwise dismantling any motor vehicle except in strict compliance with the state motor vehicle dismantling law; and engaging in the moving of earth or other construction activities at the site, with the exception of lawfully removing waste or activities approved by the DEC.
Mr. Turick and his company must also give DEC inspectors access to the Turick property and legally dispose of all waste lead-acid batteries within two weeks. In addition, they are barred from off-site demolition work unless the waste removal is handled by an unrelated party.
Following an agreement between the City of Bellevue and a Somerset family whose home was irreparably damaged by a mudslide Jan. 17, the city has finalized a contract with a demolition contractor to remove the dangerous structure and salvage items where possible. The first steps in preparation for the demolition will begin today (Thursday).
The demolition of the home will remove an imminently dangerous hazard from the neighborhood and will allow nearby families to return to their homes that have been inaccessible since the slide due to the safety hazard. Initial work began Thursday morning, with demolition of the home expected to start Feb. 19. The entire demolition process, including prep, structure removal and debris removal, is expected to take several weeks.
During demolition, the site will be secured and monitored for the safety of the public. Per the construction contract and the agreement with the homeowner, the contractor completing the work will remove and retain any vehicles on the site and seek opportunities to safely remove any salvageable items from the home, taking them to a safe location for the family to assess and collect. In addition, the Surdis will be able to observe the demolition activities from a safe location nearby during the work.
In order to be registered in the City of Columbus as a Demolition Contractor, applicants are required to have a minimum of three (3) full years of experience in the demolition field immediately preceding the date of application.
Below are a list of forms used by a demolition contractor: Demolition Contractor Application Contractor License Transfer Application Application to Waive Board Re-certification City of Columbus Bond Form
Prior to the demolition of any regulated facility, written notification (pdf) must be submitted to DHEC at least 10 working days in advance even if a building inspector determines that asbestos is not present at the facility. The notification must include certain required items of information about the owner, the contractor, the facility, and the demolition project. Required fees and a copy of the building inspector's report must be submitted along with the notification of demolition. You must obtain a permit from the Department prior to the demolition activity.
Renovation and demolition of most facilities (including buildings, structures, and other installations), are subject to State and Federal asbestos regulations. Certain residential buildings may be exempt. Please refer to the Residential Demolition page listed above for additional information.
Eligible employees must be employed for 90 days or more in order to receive this paid sick leave for COVID-19 reasons listed above. This law includes full time employees, part time employees, and union employees. However, this law does not cover seasonal or temp employees, state or federal employees and independent contractors (1099 employees).
If you hold a comparable license from or performed major demolition in another state or county, L&I will review your licensure or company profile to determine if you meet the minimum standards for a Class A demolition contractor.
Demolition of the residential homes along 2nd Street and the warehouse at 640 S Morton Street started this week. Demolition and material haul off on the site will continue next week. The photo below shows the warehouse during demolition as the operator for Renascent sorts materials for recycling. The Hopewell Phase 1 East project site is bounded by 2nd Street to the north, 1st Street to the south, B-Line to the east, and Rogers Street to the west. Additional information about the project and the contractor can be found at the following links: ~I, hopewellbloomington.org & renascentinc.com/
Due to the current demolition phase of the Indiana University Poplars Building on 7th Street, west of campus, N Grant Street will be closed between E 6th and E 7th from August 29th to September 9th. The sidewalks adjacent to the building will also be closed during each of these closures. Closures will be 24 hours a day.
Bicon had agreed with the City and neighbors to hold off razing the house until May 19 and had a demolition company there that day to start work. Bicon plans to replace the house with a building and a parking garage.
5. The developer will then pick up the approved plans and will be required to submit back to DPP-PIB 1st floor: (4) full-size copies and (2) half-size copies of the approved plans as soon as possible.
Controlled Demolition, Inc. (CDI) is a controlled demolition firm headquartered in Phoenix, Maryland. The firm was founded by Jack Loizeaux who used dynamite to remove tree stumps in the Baltimore, Maryland area, and moved on to using explosives to take down chimneys, overpasses and small buildings in the 1940s. The company has demolished several notable buildings by implosion, including the Gettysburg National Tower, the Seattle Kingdome, and the uncollapsed portion of the Champlain Towers South condominium.
The firm has claimed world records for a series of 1998 projects: The June 23 demolition of the 1,201-foot-high Omega Radio Tower in Trelew, Argentina, "the tallest manmade structure ever felled with explosives"; The August 16 implosion of the 17-building Villa Panamericana and Las Orquideas public housing complex in San Juan, Puerto Rico, "the most buildings shot in a single implosion sequence"; and the October 24 project at the J. L. Hudson Department Store in Detroit, Michigan, which at 439 feet (134 m) in height became "the tallest building & the tallest structural steel building ever imploded" and its 2,200,000 square feet (200,000 m2) making it "the largest single building ever imploded".
On March 26, 2000, the firm used 4,450 pounds of dynamite placed in 5,905 carefully sited holes and 21.6 miles (34.8 km) of detonation cord inserted over a period of four months to take down the 25,000-ton concrete roof of the Kingdome in Seattle, Washington in 16.8 seconds, one day before the 24th birthday of the stadium that had been the home of the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball and the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League. The total cost for the demolition project was $9 million. The firm planned the collapse of the roof to prevent its simultaneous free fall, creating a delay pattern that would break the roof into pieces and setting up 15-foot-high earth berms on the floor of the stadium to absorb the impact of the falling concrete. The demolition of the Kingdome established the record for the largest structure, by volume, ever demolished with explosives. The implosion of the 125,000-ton concrete structure did not cause a single crack in the foundation of the new stadium being built 90 feet (27 m) away.
CDI demolished the Gettysburg National Tower on July 3, 2000, which was the 137th anniversary of the final day of the Battle of Gettysburg. The demolition was done for free for the National Park Service. The tower was felled by 12 pounds (5.4 kg) of explosives in front of a crowd of 10,000.
The tower was disassembled during late 2007 and early 2008. Demolition of the Mobile Service Structure (MSS), by means of a controlled explosion, occurred on 2008-04-27. National Geographic Channel: Man Made: Rocket Tower has a full episode on the demolition 
The company was contracted to demolish the remaining portion of the 12-story condominium building near Miami Beach, Florida, after it partially collapsed on June 24, 2021; the work was expedited due to the potential threat of Hurricane Elsa. The demolition occurred on July 4, 2021, after only a day of preparation, including placement of explosives; city officials had feared that the demolition could take weeks. As the still-standing structure was unstable, it was considered unsafe to enter and CDI had originally estimated that the demolition could not occur until the following day, since the work had to be done carefully and slowly to avoid a premature collapse. This risk of collapse and its risk to rescuers warranted the controlled demolition, which was directed away from the original collapse footprint. 2b1af7f3a8