Residential Home Demolition Completed For Aman Construction
Arwood Waste performed the demolition of a residential home for Aman Construction.
Arwood Waste, 1004 Eastport Rd, Jackosnville, Florida 32218 – 904-751-5656
About Aman Construction:
Aman Construction Services, LLC was established to do work in clearing, earthwork, underground utilities, and civil construction in the public and private division. With hard work, sacrifice and dedication Aman Construction Services, LLC has earned and maintained a favorable reputation in the contracting industry for the past 35 years. It has been, and continues to be, the attitude and goal of Anna Marie Aman to work with owners and engineers to deliver the very best on every project. Committed to preserving the honesty, sincerity, and integrity Aman Construction Services, LLC promotes a safe workplace by providing an injury-free environment for each of its employees, subcontractors, and clients. A detailed safety program includes a zero-tolerance policy on drugs and alcohol and zero-tolerance for a lack of six-foot fall protection. We carefully set up our projects to be clean and safe and our personnel are trained and certified in OSHA regulations, first aid, and CPR.
Jacksonville, FL 32246 (Golden Glades-The Woods)
- Single-Family Home
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2.5 full Bathrooms
- 1,476 sqft
- Lot size: 5,114 sqft
- Built in 1983
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Large-Scale Residential Demolition
If you are a local government (for example, a city, county or land bank) planning to renovate or demolish residential buildings, you must comply with various environmental regulations. This website provides an overview of these requirements. You should also consider implementing good practices to further protect public health and the environment.
Requirements and Good Practices
- What regulations apply to a large-scale residential demolition project? The answer is: it depends. There are federal environmental regulations and there may also be state or local regulations that apply to your project.
- Requirements can vary by location or depend on the details of your project, so you may need to investigate further to identify the specific federal requirements that apply to your project, e.g., Harmful Materials and Residential Demolition or Managing Stormwater and Dust at Demolition Sites.
- Don’t assume that because you hire contractors or issue grants for the work, that you are not responsible for compliance with federal environmental regulations. You may be held responsible for the failure of a contractor or grantee to comply with federal regulations.
- Good environmental practices help protect from the effects of demolition both human health (i.e., of the demolition workers, waste handlers and local residents) and the environment, resulting in a more sustainable community.