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Asking an Expert: What Happens When a Building Implodes During Industrial Demolition
Building implosions are spectacular feats of scientific planning. They are also rare. Most buildings slated for destruction are short enough for high-reach excavators and other …
The Concrete Recycling Process During Industrial Demolition
From fixtures to equipment to piping, many different parts of a building may be recycled. Concrete is one of the most common materials in industrial demolition.
The Importance of Dust Control on Industrial Demolition Sites
Although most people consider dust a nuisance, it’s a real hazard in industrial demolition. Arizona to Arkansas, industrial demolition sites often produce large amounts of hazardous dust.
High-Reach Excavator Transport Joint Versatility for Industrial Demolition Contractors
Beyond the advantage of boosted productivity, the use of a transport joint in industrial demolition also benefits the environment by reducing the amount of fuel used in demolition.
The Steps from Asset Recovery to Industrial Demolition
When it comes to demolition, asset recovery should be at the forefront of any company’s decision-making process because it can help save and make a company money.
Industrial Demolition Best Practices for Removing Special Structures
OSHA standards require careful planning on the part of demolition contractors. Portland, Oregon has its own unique demolition requirements, as do most cities, so contractors must work with engineers and others to meet local, state and federal demolition requirements.
EPA Examines Sources of Radiation in Industrial Demolition Sites
The presence of radioactive tools poses a significant problem in industrial demolition. Montana to Maine, industrial demolition specialists must take special care when handling radioactive materials.