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Construction job sites are loud. Industrial demolition contractors may create ear-splitting noise when tearing down buildings. To create a pleasant urban experience, most cities (including Portland) limit noise levels with ordinances.
Unsecured objects may fall down on workers. Or, an unsecured object may fall onto an electric line, putting contractors at risk of being shocked. Alternatively, an unsecured object that falls onto a tank may cause leakage of hazardous substances.
The economy is picking up, and contractors are going to work and looking to make pragmatic choices with respect to heavy equipment rentals. Renting smaller equipment cuts down on costs. Two of the more popular choices for smaller equipment rentals include skid-steers and compact track loaders.
Hundreds of miles of roads had been washed out by floodwaters. It became clear to Colorado officials there that much of the recovery depended on restoring and repairing damaged sections of highway. The equipment used included a front-end loader, small skip loaders for tight spots, as well as a fairly large excavator for doing the asphalt and pavement demolition. Tractor-trailers, dump trucks, and tandem trucks were also used for hauling materials, mainly imported crushed rock to be used as shoulder material.
Industrial demolition contractors provide crucial assistance in disaster zones. After an emergency, demolition and salvage firms help eliminate dangerously damaged structures. They also lead the way in demolition and asset recovery efforts.