Demolition services across diverse client markets throughout the US
GR2 provides demolition services for industrial, manufacturing, oil/gas, and consulting clients throughout the United States.
Benefits to Client
- Turnkey capability
- Quality, safety, and reliability
- Rapid Response Ready
- Low EMR
- Experienced Demolition Project Managers, Superintendents, Supervisors, Operators, and Technicians
- Licensed Professional Engineers
- IS Networld Registered and Reviewed
- Licensed Contractor in Multiple States
- Nationwide Network
Fertilizer Barn Demolition
GR2 performed the demolition of a 6,650 square foot dry fertilizer barn in Havre, Montana. Site activities included: removal of a 100 feet tall stainless steel leg for transportation to another facility; demolition of 80 feet tall structure and building; demolition of 6,650 square feet of 12 inch reinforced concrete; concrete grouting of rail road auger load out area; backfill of below grade structures with import fill; and final site grading to achieve positive storm water runoff.
Dry Barn Facility Decommissioning and Demolition
The area encompassed 28,000 square feet of footprint, three tower blenders and associated baghouses, raw material storage areas, and finished product storage areas in Greenville, Mississippi. GR2 pressure-washed residual materials from vertical and horizontal surfaces in the blending towers and storage areas, and demolished all structures associated with the Dry Barn Facility. GR2 removed and disposed of existing concrete cover; excavated, stockpiled, and disposed of impacted soils from beneath the structure; and backfilled and compacted to grade the excavation areas with clean import fill and rock.
Aboveground Storage Tank (AST) Decontamination and Demolition
GR2 conducted the decontamination and demolition of three one million gallon ASTs at an agricultural chemical facility in Mt. Vernon, Indiana. The ASTs were pressure washed; poly liners removed, decontaminated, and disposed of; tanks were demolished utilizing a hydraulic shear and transported off-site for recycling; and final grading to achieve positive storm water runoff.