Full service of complete and partial bridge demolition
We specialize in bridge demolition projects where concrete sawing is the safest and best option for removal. We have the necessary equipment and trained personnel to operate everything from concrete saws and drills to large excavators as your all-in-one demolition service company.
We get the job done on time.
Our combined experience of 90+ years enables our ability to adapt and overcome any challenge that may arise, which happens often because each bridge demolition is different in nature. With experience, follows efficiency and speed to deliver results in the shortest work windows.
Removal of all concrete/demolition scrap.
Most, if not all debris resulting from bridge demolition is recyclable. Our approach to each bridge demolition is to recycle/reuse all materials to reduce waste in our landfills.
Safety is key.
Our current EMR of 0.76 speaks for itself. Approach and planning is everything to the successful completion of each project with zero injuries. Our demolition management team develops a hazard analysis/mitigation plan for each project. The plan is shared and reviewed with each member working on the project. We believe when each member is involved in the safety and potential hazards of a project and how to manage them, there is 100% buy-in and each member takes ownership of their responsibility to safety.
We work with contractors across the US
Clark Street Viaduct
S&S Builders, LLC
Demolished 1,660’ Long X 36’ Wide viaduct over 13 UnionPacific Railroad tracks. Methods of removal were sawing and lifting concrete deck and crane removal of structural steel.
2,700 cubic yards of concrete
600 tons of structural steel
200 tons of reinforcing steel
Frontier West, LLC
Demolished both eastbound and westbound bridges; both 343’ Long X 40’ Wide over Blackfoot River. Methods of removal were sawing and lifting concrete deck, wire sawing and crane removal of center piers, and crane removal of structural steel.
2,166 cubic yards of concrete
370 tons of structural steel
195 tons of reinforcing steel
Demolished 3 eastbound and 3 westbound bridges varying in length ranging from 180’ to 310’ Long X 46’ Wide over surface streets and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad tracks. Methods of removal were sawing and lifting concrete deck, removal of structural steel with crane, and removal of concrete by pulverization.
4,100 cubic yards of concrete
315 tons of structural steel
370 tons of reinforcing steel