Project Type: Asbestos, Lead, Mercury & PCB Remediation and Demolition Project Value: $750,000-$1,000,000 Scope of Work: The Potts Company employed EHG to perform the asbestos abatement, lead remediation, select interior demolition and structural demolition of the Historic Newnan Hospital. The original historic hospital dates back to 1925 with multiple additions from the 1940’s, 1970’s, and 1980’s […]
Project Type: Asbestos Abatement Project Value: $750,000-$1,000,000 Scope of Work: EHG performed complete asbestos abatement on three boilers at an industrial fossil fuel power plant, located in Waltersborough, SC for SCE&G . EHG had to carefully dismantle and abate throughout the entire facility including, all plant building structures, turbines, and systems to prepare each boiler for […]
Project Type: Asbestos Abatement and Demolition
Project Value: $3,900,000
EHG was awarded the contract from the City of Charlotte to demolish a 1.2 million square foot three-story mall. Historic relevance and the local support and involvement of local residents offered a unique opportunity to give back to the community. Despite having over 22,660 tons of hazardous waste and C&D, EHG managed to recycle 80% of the building materials. Over 35 tons of materials, flooring, fixtures, furniture and equipment was donated or sold to the local community for reuse. Many local charities and businesses benefited from the demolition.
Project Type: Environmental Remediation and Historic Preservation
Project Value: $220,000
This 1890s former textile mill was undergoing an extensive conversion into residential apartments. The new owners planned to remove the painted brick interior back to its natural brick facing. Knowing the potential cost associated with a chemical peeling of the paint, the owner’s acquired the services of EHG to perform wet abrasive blasting to over 125,000 square feet of surface area. The work was extremely delicate in nature and had to meet the strict guidelines of the National Park Service. Seeing that there were millions invested in potential tax credits, the owner could not risk the accidental damage of brick interior surfaces to an untried and unknown technology. Additionally, due to the lead content of the paint, they were facing a potentially costly disposal issue. Read More….
Project Type: Demolition
Project Value: $1,100,000
North Hills Mall claims to be the first enclosed mall built between Atlanta and Washington, DC. EHG was selected to perform total site demolition, asbestos abatement and hazardous material abatement.
The hazardous material abatement included the removal of PCB laden oils from elevator and escalator pits, refrigerants from air conditioning units, old solvents and miscellaneous chemicals as well as PCB ballasts and mercury light bulbs. The work also included removal of several thousand square feet of asbestos containing fireproofing, floor tile, roofing and cementitious asbestos containing materials. Read More….