| Michigan Contractors & Builders - September 2015
Celebrating its 30th anniversary, North American Dismantling Corp., in Lapeer, Michigan, travels across the country to remove structures, accepting the challenging projects that require expertise.
|NDA - Demolition Magazine - May/June 2015
For the P.H. Glatfelter Paper Co. project, NADC used a Volvo EC700CHR ultra high reach demolition excavator with LaBounty MSD 1500 hydraulic rotating shear to deftly dismantle two chemical boiler buildings and electrostatic precipitator as well as related ductwork and piping.
| Detroit Free Press
Tops of Irish Hills Towers dismantled for repair work
Crews began work this week dismantling portions of the Irish Hills Towers, two iconic wooden observation towers that stood for decades as signposts of a thriving tourist spot before falling into disrepair. >> Read Irish Hills Story
The closure of the last paper mill in Berlin, N.H., was devastating, but its ongoing transformation into a biomass power plant is revitalizing the region.
|The Oakland Press
The old General Motors Fiero plant in Pontiac has been sold to a Lapeer company promising to renovate the site for a new industrial development.
|Tear it down Strip the metal out. Pulverize the concrete. Shred it. Shear it. Dice it up and get it out of here. Bring it all down and start over. The idea of a total demolition job may sound haphazard and uncontrolled – but large-scale dismantling firms like North American Dismantling Corp. have moved far beyond the days of just swinging away with a wrecking ball.
Recently, NADC, as the prime contractor, has completed the demolition of an old GM Malleable Iron Foundry, once a thriving industrial facility, located in Saginaw, Michigan.
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|Michigan Contractor & Builder
A current demolition challenge for the company is a massive one-million square-foot former GM Saginaw Malleable Iron foundry facility located in Saginaw, MI.
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