Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a nationwide demolition contractor, was contracted to provide demolition services for the redevelopment of a large parcel of property in New Jersey.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (website http://www.dallascontracting.com ) was contracted by a large developer to demolish all structures at a site in New Jersey. The site consisted of a large farm style house, barns and sheds. Demolition contracting services included the demolition and remove all structures, concrete floors, slabs, footings and foundations.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (Dallas Contracting) was contracted directly by the redeveloper of the site to perform a total building demolition on a 60,000 square foot, 1 story warehouse in Central New Jersey. Dallas Contracting’s scope of work consisted of the following:
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a demolition, concrete crushing and salvage contracting company, recently completed the surgical demolition on a section of a high school in New Jersey.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a member of the National Demolition Association, was contracted by a private developer to demolish a former warehouse in Central, New Jersey.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a specialized contractor providing demolition, onsite concrete crushing, equipment salvage and scrap metal recycling to various industries, had no Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) recordable accidents or injuries in the 2006 calendar year.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc., a specialized contractor providing demolition, onsite concrete crushing, equipment salvage and scrap metal recycling to various industries, crushed over 125,000 tons of concrete and masonry materials in the 2006 calendar year.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. was featured in the February 2007 issue of Concrete Today Magazine. The article was about the completion of a demolition project at a cement plant in West Virginia. Essroc Italcementi Group contracted Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. to demolish sixteen (16) cement and sand storage silos, several outlaying buildings and also excavate out an area of property containing basements and foundations from former buildings and structures at the Essroc Cement Plant in Martinsburg, West Virginia.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (Dallas Contracting) was tasked with the dismantlement and removal of eleven (11) steel, above ground storage tanks (both vertical and horizontal) and all related steel piping and valves. The tanks had been pre-cleaned by the owner and all asbestos containing materials had also been abated.
Dallas Contracting Co., Inc. (Dallas Contracting) was tasked with the demolition of the 3,500 square foot barn along with a house and some other minor outlying structures. Instead of demolishing the structure and disposing of the wood materials as debris, Dallas Contracting chose to carefully dismantled the barn in an attempt to salvage as much of the structure as possible. Salvaged items included framing materials, rafters, studs, girts and tie beams. In addition, some doors and miscellaneous materials were also salvaged. Approximately 70% of the barn structure was salvaged thus saving the client money as well as saving valuable landfill space. The wood materials will be sold as salvaged wood for re-use.