Lapeer-based demolition company remediates toxins, clears down to the concrete slab.
There is an online physics-based game called Demolition City. The game looks deceptively simple – almost Pac-Man-like – that one guesses it would be a snap for most anyone working at North American Dismantling Corporation (NADC), Lapeer, Mich. Whether the game or real life, the concept is the same: Know where the pivot points are in a structure that can bring it down most efficiently.
Specializing in heavy industrial demolition and strip out, North American Dismantling bids work throughout the United States and Canada. The company boasts expertise in engineering, environmental assessment, remediation, and specialty construction while maintaining its long tradition of being considered an industry leader in demolition.
A current demolition challenge for the company is a massive one-million-square-foot former GM Saginaw Malleable Iron foundry facility located in Saginaw, Mich.