Contracted Thru – State Louisiana Divisions of Facilities
Contract Value $5,000,000.00
CCI completed the asbestos abatement and demolition of the 17 story 680,000 sq ft. Pallas Hotel located in New Orleans LA. The project consisted of: removong interior walls, floor tile, pipe insulation, water proofing, roofing and caulking around the windows that tested positive for asbestos containing materials. After the building was abated, CCI then prepared the building for implosion by completing the necessary interior and exterior demolition. It took 400 lbs of explosives and 8 seconds to bring down the building that stod 35 feet from Interstae 10. All adjacent structures were left in place with no resulting damage.

North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) – Former Fuel Station/Restaurant– Building Demolition

This project involved demolition of the existing structure leaving the remaining slab in accordance with our master service agreement. CCI also installed erosion control around the backside of the property to protect runoff from entering a seasonal stream bed.

  • Project Duration:
  • 4 days
  • Industrial Hygienist:
  • NA
  • Project labor:
  • 1 Supervisor, 1 operator and 1 Laborer
  • Project Contact:
  • Contract Amount:
  • $ 33,176.00
Project Photographs

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img2Erosion control

img3Materials loading

Wexford Project

GC – Whiting Turner
Contract Value – 1.2 Million

The Winston Salem project consisted of two side by side buildings totaling over 400,000 sf. The project included complete asbestos abatement, lead abatement and selective demolition of the 6 story concrete structures. Work included strategic planning and coordination with local agencies to facilitate the removal of roof top equipment spanning over city streets. The project was a certified LEED’s project that required all waste loads to be weighed, sorted and tracked for submission to the general contractor. Approximately 80% of all comingled waste was recycled along with all concrete, and metal. CCI also recovered and salvaged valuable historical items that were turned over to the owner for reuse as part of the new renovation architecture. architecture.


CCI completed the building dismantlement, demolition and abatement of the 11 story concrete and steel building. This was a closely coordinated project between the asbestos and universal waste abatement, the dismantling of the top floors and the demolition down to the remaining structural frame while the renovation trades worked on adjacent floors. Project consisted of numerous hours of dismantling and rigging operations of the top floors and penthouses. Saw cutting and removal of select load bearing columns and slabs. All asbestos, lead and universal wastes were removed while still maintaining a strict recycling requirement.
With a scope of work as follows for the 115,000 sf structure:

  • Asbestos abatement of floor tile and mastic, ceiling texture, mastic adhesives and pipe insulation all through out the structure.
  • Complete dismantle and removal of the eleventh floor and penthouse structures.
  • Interior demolition of all finishes, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection equipment.
  • Removal of all exterior walls, elevators, stair wells and shafts.
  • Removal of exterior site paving, courtyard structures and planters.


CCI completed the dismantling, demolition and asbestos abatement of the RSM textile manufacturing plant after it was damaged from fire. The project consisted of numerous hours of dismantling and rigging operations to separate remaining portions of the plant from the damaged portions which included flying roof top dust collection and drying units from the remaining structures. The asbestos and chemical removal included abatement of structurally sound portions and gross clean up and intact demolition of unstable structures.
With a scope of work as follows:

  • Dismantling and demolition of over 275,000 sf.
  • Abatement of floor tile and mastic, ceiling insulation, pipe insulation and transite paneling. Chemicals include pcb transformers, cleaning solvents and process liquids.
  • Separation of 780lf of manufacturing plant structure and equipment. Segregation and recycling of over 2,500 tons of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.


CCI demolished the 5 story 57,000 sf concrete post tensioned structure down to the concrete pilings. CCI successfully dismantled the last 3 bays that were adjacent within 10’ to 3 historical statues to the North and 15’ to the West of an 1890’s 2 story historic rectory and 20’ to the South along the entire 300’ long front of an 1890’s historic brick wall. All adjacent structures were left in place with no resulting damage. CCI recycled 93% of the entire demolition material generated. The resulting recycling efforts diverted over 9,000 tons from local landfills.



  • DISMANTLING AND DEMOLITION: CCI completed the decommissioning, demolition and industrial cleaning of one of the largest paint producing plants in the South East. This was an accelerated schedule with 40% of the plant still in operation. Project consisted of numerous hours of dismantling and rigging operations in confined areas. All chemicals were drummed, labeled, and packaged for proper shipping. 95% of all materials on-site were recycled and diverted from local land fills. With a scope of work as follows:
  • Dismantling and salvage for owner of over 200 holding and mixing tanks.
  • Complete demolition of the Cooker Building and Tank Farm Interior dismantling, demolition and salvage for owner of the mixing tank mezzanine and all tanks.
  • Asset recovery near $8 million dollars worth of production equipment and tanks
  • Removal of all overhead process lines and non-essential building mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.


  • The work included the cleaning and removal of all hazardous and nonhazardous chemical liquids from over 200 holding and mixing tanks. The blasting of containment pads, trenches, piping and equipment to prepare for demolition
  • Management of Lead-Based Paint, Fluorescent Light Tubes, PCB Transformers, and Hazardous Liquidsted all tasks on schedule, on budget, and with no OSHA incidents.