Demolition of Arthur Murray Dance – Commercial Building
WHAT EXACTLY IS LABELED AS A”Commercial”DEMOLITION?
Demolition is a complex set of tasks involving structural dismantlement, site clearance, environmental remediation, salvage, recycling, and industrial recovery.
Demolition is a highly sophisticated craft which involves the use of hydraulic equipment with specialized attachments, cranes, loaders, wrecking balls and in some cases explosives.
WHAT IS IN THE DEMOLITION COMMODITY STREAM?
As most of the materials generated on a demolition project have a market value they are not considered waste. On most demolition projects 90% of this material is recycled, salvaged or reused. Typical commodities generated on a demolition project site include:
- Concrete and other aggregate materials including brick, porcelain, etc.
- Metals including iron, steel, copper, brass, bronze and other exotic metallic commodities
- Insulating material
- Ceiling tiles
- Flooring and carpets
- Wiring and conduit
- Roofing materials
WHAT IS INTERIOR DEMOLITION?
Interior demolition is the non-structural demolishing of spaces within a structure usually in preparation for reuse and upgrading of the space. This work includes interior wall and ceiling removal, demolition of flooring and some utility services, salvage, and selective structural demolition.
WHAT IS EXPLOSIVE DEMOLITION OR IMPLOSION?
The use of explosives to implode a structure is a relatively small part of the demolition process however, it can prove very effective and time efficient. It is a highly specialized part of the demolition process requiring an in-depth knowledge of the nature of structures and the use of explosives. Contractors performing this work, often as subcontractors to a conventional demolition company who perform the site preparation and clearance work are usually licensed professionals.
WHAT IS INDUSTRIAL DEMOLITION?
Industrial demolition is the dismantlement of structures or facilities used in the production of goods. This work can be done at chemical plants, oil refineries, manufacturing facilities and the like. It often involves the environmental remediation of hazardous substances that were part of the industrial process and potentially contaminated the site. Industrial demolition can be a complex undertaking involving sophisticated engineering, specialized rigging, and complex industrial hygiene requirements.
WHAT IS A HIGH REACH AND HOW IS IT USED IN DEMOLITION?
High reach units can involve the use of super long boom arms with specialized hydraulic attachments mounted on excavator platforms. These units are designed to allow access to tall structures, often 20 stories or more, and safe demolition of the building within its footprint.
WHAT IS COMMERCIAL DEMOLITION?
Commercial demolition is the partial or complete dismantlement of commercial properties such as office buildings, shopping malls, hotels and the like.
WHAT IS DECONSTRUCTION?
Deconstruction is defined as the labor-intensive demolition of a structure in order to maximize the amount of potentially recyclable materials from the building. It often involved a considerable amount of hand demolition and sort separation in preparation for marketing the structure’s components.
HOW EXACTLY ARE DEMOLITION AND DECONSTRUCTION DIFFERENT?
Considering that conventional demolition contractors routinely recycled up to 90% of the material generated on a typical demolition site, there is little difference between the two methods of demolition save the labor-intensive nature of deconstruction.
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