Project Type: Asbestos & Lead Abatement Project Value: $500,000 – $1,000,000 Scope of Work: EHG was the chosen contractor to perform the full abatement and structural demolition of the former MacShore Classics Plant in Greenville, SC. The 150,00 sq. ft. factory/warehouse provided domestically made high quality products for home furnishings and hospitality industries. Over 3,800 manhours […]
Project Type: Asbestos & Lead Abatement Project Value: $500,000 – $1,000,000 Scope of Work: EHG was contracted by a large GC to preform asbestos abatement, lead abatement, and select structural demolition to the public areas in the downtown Hilton hotel, in Atlanta Georgia. The most technical part of this project was demolishing 18,000 SF of a […]
Project Type: Asbestos Abatement & Selective Demolition Project Value: $4,000,000 – $4,500,000 Scope of Work: EHG was contracted by Barnhill Construction to preform the demolition and environmental remediation of the Albemarle building in downtown Raleigh, NC.The building is owned by the NC Department of Administration; home to the State Treasury and the Department of Health and Human […]
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.