Alliance Environmental handled the demolition of a 2,900 sq. ft. Sherman Oaks home. Using a cost-effective excavator with special “thumb” attachment to mechanically tear down the home, the excavator segregated the combustible debris from the solid materials debris, which allows for proper disposal. While in the process of removing the home, Alliance utilized fine water misting at all times for dust control. By utilizing specialized equipment, only two men were needed throughout the entire project, which was completed in just over one week. The team was able to salvage 40 percent of the materials: toilets, door frames, doors, windows, showers, plywood sheeting, structural rafters and cabinetry. Through continued analysis the contract was reduced by 20 percent.
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Oceanside Residential Demolition
Heavily Populated Residential Demo
This 1200 sq. ft. house was located in a densely populated residential area in Oceanside, CA. Big or small, Alliance has the ability to bring in the right equipment to get the job done in the most efficient manner from small equipment like bob cats and backhoes – to larger equipment like excavators. The project took just two days to complete. Both the home and foundation were removed.
Building demolition in San Francisco
Alliance was called out by a local restoration contractor for a building demolition. There were three businesses in the building, all of which suffered irreparable fire damage. Due to the high visibility of the building on a busy thoroughfare, the city of San Francisco requested that the structures be demolished within 72 hours. Testing results revealed asbestos and lead building materials in the structures that needed to be handled to Cal OSHA and EPA Regulations. Alliance deployed their HAZMAT-certified demolition crews and had the building down 72 hours after initial inspection.
Demolition Job for LA County Fair
Alliance Environmental was tasked with the demolition of two restaurant buildings (approximately 8,000 sq. ft. combined) at the Los Angeles County Fair – The Snack Shack and Rib Range. The buildings were removed and disposed of in three days using a large excavator and bobcat, with the removal of the concrete foundation on the fourth day. In an effort to recycle as much debris as possible, all the materials from the demolition were taken to transfer stations where they were processed and separated.