Demolition, Environmental Decommissioning & Restoration
Work Performed: demolition, environmental decommissioning, asbestos abatement, restoration, brownfield
This project consisted of the purchase, environmental decommissioning and dismantling of the approximately 2,300,000 square feet of the existing GM manufacturing facility located in Anderson, Indiana including a two-story office complex, a five-story powerhouse and an 85 feet tall stacker building to 4’-0” below existing grade.
Included in the scope of work was the removal and recycling of all exterior concrete and asphalt totaling over a 1,000,000 square feet of hard surfacing. North American Dismantling was responsible for developing a site specific construction storm water pollution prevention program the included the grading, topsoil and seeding of the 91 acres effected by the demolition.
The building demolition consisted of:Removal of 2,300,000 SF of buildings including substructures to 4’-0” below grade:
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The environmental work consisted of:
Removal of all hazardous, regulated and toxic materials including PCBs, asbestos, mercury, railroad ties, lead paint, radioactive devices, battery charging stations, batteries, lighting, air pollution control devices, sweets, cathode ray tubes (CRTs) and CFC’s;
Segregating, removing, handling, packaging and transporting of 20,000 tons of environmentally impacted concrete.
North American Dismantling completed this project within its specified budget and 2 months ahead of its anticipated completion.