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PTC New Stanton Service Plaza Renovation

Trumbull Corporation
New Stanton, PA – 2007 – $247,000

Scope of Work:
The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission renovated a service plaza in New Stanton, Pennsylvania. Neumeyer Environmental was contracted to perform demolition, asbestos abatement and storage tank removal. Significant contamination was encountered during the storage tank closures and the materials had to be specially managed on-site or disposed off-site.

The majority of the demolition items for this project were donated to charitable organizations including walk-in coolers, doors, kitchen components, lighting, bathroom fixtures, ceiling tile, metal components.

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NASA Glenn Research Center Building 60 Renovation

New Era Builders Inc.
Brookpark, OH – 2008-2009 – $576,000

Scope of Work:
NASA was performing renovation of a three-story building in their Brookpark complex in Ohio. The renovation required asbestos abatement and material recycling in accordance with their reuse policy.

Neumeyer Environmental was contracted to provide abatement, demolition and select recycling activities for the renovation. The scope of the abatement activities included floor tile, ceiling tile, pipe insulation, We recycled carpet, cabinets, file storage systems, metal components and ceiling tile materials to meet their recycling objectives.

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Large Furnace Demolition

Metal Fabricator (anonymity requested)
Eastern Ohio, OH – 1997 – $220,000

Scope of Work:
A change in process required an obsolete pre-heat furnace to be removed. The furnace was in the center of an operating facility and was 30 feet wide X 60 feet long X 20 feet high. The furnace was coated with lead-based paint. Asbestos insulation was affixed between the wall and roof of the building, adjacent to the furnace. PCB-containing hydraulic oil had contaminated the foundation beneath the furnace.

Neumeyer Environmental constructed a negative-pressure containment completely around the furnace. The asbestos insulation was removed and the furnace was demolished utilizing cold-cut techniques to prevent lead and PCBs from vaporizing into the atmosphere. Contaminated concrete and soil beneath the furnace was crushed, packaged, and hauled to a regulated landfill with the furnace debris. After the furnace pit was backfilled and a new concrete surface was installed, the area was returned to productive operations.

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PennDOT SR 22 Expansion

Mascaro Corporation
Murrysville and Delmont, PA – 2002-2003 – $821,000

Scope of Work:
Expansion of Route 22 from two lanes to four lanes required the demolition of 25 buildings that had been constructed with asbestos-containing materials (ACM).

Neumeyer Environmental removed 1,700 cubic yards of ACM from the houses.

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Large-scale Building Demolition

Industrial Company (anonymity requested)
Massena, NY – 1997 – $175,000

Scope of Work:
This project involved remediation and demolition of a 54,000 square foot, three-story building attached to an operating plant. The building contained carbon dust contaminated with PCB oil, asbestos pipe insulation and asbestos siding and roofing material. The exterior of the structure was coated with lead- and PCB-containing paint.

Asbestos-containing materials and 200 cubic yards of PCB-contaminated dust were removed from the building. The structure was demolished using a hydraulic shear mounted to a tracked excavator. This allowed the building to be dismantled without hot cutting, which would have vaporized the lead and PCB- contaminated paint on the steel structure and caused potential eposures. Seven hundred tons of steel structure and equipment were dismantled, removed, and disposed. Robotic technology was employed to dismantle the structure. This allowed the building to be disassembled while keeping the operator at a safe distance. The equipment suspended the large structure members (10,000 lbs) to allow cutting prior to lowering to the ground. The components were decontaminated, cut to size, segregated and packaged for shipment.

The smelting operation in the adjacent building continued to operate throughout the demolition.