National Demolition Association member Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (Dallas Contracting) was contracted by a leading global producer of value-added industrial chemicals to perform selective interior and exterior demolition of structures and equipment associated with their pilot plant. The pilot plant was being shut down and the client wanted certain equipment rigged and crated and the remaining equipment and associated structures demolished.
National Demolition Association member Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (Dallas Contracting) recently completed the demolition of an industrial facility located in Northern New Jersey. The approximate 5 acre industrial site, which was formerly used for manufacturing, was composed of 5 buildings and other miscellaneous structures. The buildings to be demolished were 1 to 2 stories in height and the total footprint was over 50,000 square feet. The building construction was a mix of steel frame and wood frame, brick and block walls and wood roofing with asphalt shingles. Dallas Contracting’s scope included demolition of all buildings and structures including foundations, removal of all debris and metals, asbestos abatement and onsite sizing and crushing of concrete, masonry and brick for future utilization as backfill. The site will be eventually redeveloped for residential use.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (Dallas Contracting) was contracted by a general contractor to perform the selective dismantlement of equipment, piping and mezzanines in a waste water treatment plant for a large Fortune 500 client. The work needed to be conducted in phases to allow the general contractor (GC) to shutdown the front section of the plant while maintaining the back section of the plant. Items demolished included a denitrification tank, lime slurry tank, mechanical lift, associated pumps, valves, piping and mezzanines. Time was of the essence so that the GC could re-install the new equipment.
Inc. today ranked Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. No. 2,490 on its first-ever Inc. 5,000 list of the fastest-growing private companies in the country.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a specialized contractor providing demolition services, onsite concrete aggregate crushing, equipment salvage and scrap metal recycling to various industries, recently completed an equipment salvage and decommissioning project in Northern New Jersey (NJ) . The client was a large privately held provider of bulk liquid handling services.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a demolition contractor specializing in building demolition, concrete crushing and salvage, recently completed the demolition of various structures for a large engineered glass material manufacturer in New Jersey.
A bronze medal winner in the small-firm category (annual revenues of less than $10 million), Dallas Contracting Co. was recognized by EBJ as a business achiever in 2006 for its significant and sustained revenue growth since 2001.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a member of the National Demolition Association, was contracted by RC Andersen, LLC to demolish the former Penick Corporation manufacturing facility in Newark, New Jersey. The plant demolition is part of a larger redevelopment of the site.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a specialized contractor providing demolition and dismantlement services, and Perry Videx, LLC, a world wide supplier of used machinery for over 75 years, have joined forces to purchase and remove process equipment from a Fortune 500 company based in New Jersey.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (Dallas Contracting) was tasked with the demolition of the gas station which included the main building (office and garage) and a fueling area canopy. These structures where demolished including slabs, foundations and footings. The surrounding asphalt area was also demolished.