Environmental awareness and concerns, as well as environmental laws, have no longer made it possible to conduct routine demolition.  We have developed a process to ensure that your demolition requirements are conducted in a safe, cost-effective manner while complying with all related laws and regulations.
This process includes:

  • Identification of hazardous material.
  • Hazardous material is properly identified, sorted, packed, transported, and disposed of at the appropriately licensed site.
  • Preparation and review of detailed demolition plan before project start-up.
  • Obtaining required permits.
  • Utilities secured and verified.
  • Building/structure-demolition/dismantlement.
  • Debris is properly sorted, transported, and disposed of at a licensed site.
  • Protection of surrounding environment from water runoff.
  • Proper dust control during demolition.
  • Hauling Debris off-Site.

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"The crew from CTC demolition was fantastic. They were always prompt, fair in their estimates of price and timing, and left everything in great condition when the job was complete." -Lynne B. 


Lead-based paint has been identified as a general health hazard and especially dangerous to children.

  • We Identify properties that present lead-based exposure risks.
  • Conduct sampling utilizing the latest testing and measurement methods and protocols.
  • Provide analysis, utilizing the National Lead Laboratory Accreditations.
  • Develop risk assessment, which would include options such as approved covering of lead-based paint surfaces for containment or complete removal or remediation.
  • Present a corrective action plan, which will include various methods and protocols.
  • Include physical remediation with the use of power tools with vacuum attachments, proven lead cleanup and stripping methods, and must -use protection equipment protocols.
  • Certify the contaminated material is properly collected, transported, and disposed of.


The specifications for the removal of an underground storage tank is as important as the ultimate completion of the project.  Our process will ensure that all the proper testing, planning, and obtaining of permits is completed prior to removing tanks.

  • All related regulations are followed and permits are secured.
  • Tank is properly removed, transported, and disposed of at an approved and licensed site.
  • Contaminated soil is properly removed, transported, and disposed of at an approved and licensed site.
  • Surrounding soil is adequately tested.
  • Soil venting will also be evaluated and options will be discussed.
  • Post site Evaluation and Assessment will be conducted.
  • Maintenance Programs will be recommended if required

Demolition Company

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Telephone: (844) 441-3366

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Demolition, Site Work, and Environmental are our principal services consisting of safe and effective procedures and policies for the demolition of large and small structures, dismantling of equipment, or site work projects and environmental services for commercial, industrial, public, or private entities.


Our employees are certified asbestos abatement professionals who have completed EPA training courses.  In fact, a number of our supervisors have been instructors in certification programs.  We keep up with the latest asbestos legislation and know how to produce the results demanded by OSHA and EPA standards.  Our specialists have worked on a wide variety of asbestos removal projects and will meet with you to review your needs.  Then, based on their experience, they advise you on the simplest, most cost-effective way to remove asbestos from your site.