Demolition Services

Being an environmental company, and perhaps also because of our work at landfills, SES is very sensitive of the need to minimize waste and to maximize recycling.

When providing demolition services, we incorporate a 'green' approach to reduce the volume of material sent to a landfill or disposed as hazardous waste. This approach is beneficial to the environment while also minimizing disposal costs.

One significant challenge for our clients, particularly those seeking to demolish old military structures from the 1940s, has been the presence of asbestos and lead-based paint. SES employs crews trained in the safe and efficient removal of these types of materials that are segregated from other building components such as concrete, wood and other recyclable items.
Featured Projects

demolition and reconstruction of demolition pond - Naval Support Activity, Panama City, Florida
SES demolished bunkers and miscellaneous structures and finished the entire project, including construction tasks, 6 weeks ahead of schedule.

SERVICE STATION DEMOLITION
- Naval Air Station, Atlanta, Georgia
Demolished a service station and also removed three underground storage tanks. Taking a 'green' approach, we recycled 424 tons (78%) of waste, comprised of metal and asphalt/concrete.

Demolition of 200 apartment units plus auxiliary buildings -
Pensacola, Florida
The project included sewer and water line abandonment, asbestos abatement, disposal of hazardous materials and site restoration.

Decontamination and demolition -
Fort Polk, Louisiana
SES decontaminated two aboveground storage tanks, a transfer station sump, an oil/water separator and associated piping before demolishing one AST and disassembling the other one which was salvaged for re-assembly at a new, used oil facility.

CREEK RESTORATION AND ROAD IMPROVEMENTS - Eglin AFB, Florida
SES demolished and removed a 9 ft. x 9 ft. concrete box culvert and abut 600 feet of asphalt pavement: we then restored 80 feet of affected stream channel and one acre of adjacent areas following the removal of the approach road and crossing at Little Rocky Creek.