Georgia Port Authority 

Georgia Port Authority (Savannah, GA)

This project was on the Georgia Port Authority property which required all workers to have TWIC cards for access. This port is the busiest port on the east coast with thousands of trucks per hour entering and exiting the area.


All trucks used for materials, equipment and disposal had to be scheduled and escorted.


The removal of the complex left the property exposed to the canal with no security fencing. Target was required to leave a partial wall in place until the end of the project and work with Port Police and fencing subcontractor to ensure 100% security to the site.

The work area was also partially over the water so Target had

to take care with equipment and demolition debris to ensure no environmental impact.


Personnel wore PFD while working near the water. Tides were monitored to ensure spoils piles were removed before high tide.

The project was completed on time with no safety incidents.


Jasper Cultural Center

Jasper Cultural Center (Jasper, IN)

This project that consists of abatement and demolition of the former Hoosier Desk facility in Jasper Indiana. Care was taken to remove items such as doors and beams to be used in the new Jasper Cultural Center which will be built on the same site.


The just under 75,000 square feet facility was demolished by conventional means and over 6,000 tons of brick and concrete were sent to a local recycler for reuse.


The project was completed on time with no safety incidents.

Georgia-Pacific LLC


Gypsum Plant (Sigurd, UT)

This project included the complete above ground demolition and abatement of a 150,000-sq. ft. gypsum and wallboard plant. Buildings and manufacturing equipment included a crusher building, mill building, board plant, warehouses, shower house, kettles, tanks, storage bins, grinders, conveyors, dryers, outbuildings, pipes and pipe racks, and above ground utilities. 


A variance was obtained to remove asbestos cement (Transite) panels from a portion of the roof during demolition.  The roof was sprayed liberally with water during demolition and air sampling was conducted to assure compliance with state regulations.  


This project was completed eight weeks early with no incidents.  Over 190 loads of ferrous materials were shipped off site for recycling.

Acme Site (Quanah, TX)


Above ground storage tank and outbuilding demolition as well as asset recovery of equipment was the scope of work at this project.  Elevated work required torch work from a manlift and a crane for rigging. 


While demolition included a rock storage tank conveyor building a partition wall and old conveyors were maintained for future use.


This work was completed in an active mining facility and all employees received MSHA training to be on site.


Santee Cooper

Cross Phase 3-4 (Pineville, SC)

This project involved precise and controlled demolition of bottom ash hopper while avoiding contact with boiler coils.  Work was done at heights over grated flooring that required spark containment using fire blankets, water and multiple fire watch personnel. 


The economizer removal required working closely with crane and rigger operations.  Sluice piping demolition required burning at heights and rigging of materials to be lowered to the ground.


This project was completed under an accelerated schedule working 24 hours per day.  All work was completed on time with no incidents.  


Cross Generating Station Units 1-4 (Pineville, SC)

This project that consists of full abatement of mastic, selective demolition of the gypsum dewater building and complete demolition of two lime silos.  Additional work was added to scope requiring two 12 hour shifts for the bottom ash hopper soil excavation removal, economizer demolition, SCR demolition and pipe demolition.


Concrete material was crushed on site for reuse and recycling.  Project will be completed on time with no incidents.  

New Hanover County


Former WASTEC Facility (Wilmington, NC)

Project included the deconstruction and removal of a portion of the former WASTEC Facility.  A portion of the main plant remained intact with the exception of partial deconstruction necessary to complete removal of (2) overhead cranes.


Backfill and compacted over 3,500 cubic yards fill material. Re-routed electrical circuits to maintain shop and high bay fixtures in the tipping floor area. Installed concrete piers around steel columns.


The project was completed on time with no safety incidents. 



Tropicana Tank Farm (Bradenton, FL)

Selective demolition and dismantlement. Managed stainless steel recovery. Partial plant decomissioning.

Pepsi Plant


Pepsi Plant (Florence, SC)

Asbestos abatement and demolition prior to retail redevelopment.


Stevens Steam Plant

Stevens Steam Plant (Graniteville, SC)

Abated in excess of 6,500 linear feet of elevated steam pipe. Complete demolition of the Stevens Steam Plant which powered the Avondale Mills. Removal of six tanks, two coal silos, one ash silo and two 394,800 gallon fuel tanks.

Agrium Plant


Agrium Plant (Wilmington, NC)

Project included selective demolition of all fertilizer plant equipment, along with the roof penthouses. Project detailed rigging and shearing of equipment while maintaining the integrity of structure. We were able to complete this job one month prior to our projected completion date.

Kinder Morgan


Kinder Morgan (Charleston, SC)

Pipe removal over water.

SC Port Authority


SC Port Authority (Charleston, SC)

Saw cutting and joint sealant. Demolition of 6,500 square yards of concrete 17'' thick. Loading and hauling.


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