CES to Provide Demolition, Recycling Services at Navy Air Station
CES Synergies, a full-service environmental, asbestos abatement and demolition company, has been selected to remove three Navy hangers located at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida.
The scope of services consists of the entire removal of the above grade portions of the hangers, which are constructed of structural steel. CES will facilitate and supervise the demolition activities to ensure the structural steel components are manifested for recycling, thus adding value to the project.
Total project revenues should be about $500,000 and total remediation and demolition costs will be about $87.0 million , CES says.
The company is currently providing remediation, abatement and demolition services to the Naval Air Station as a subcontractor.
In April, CES Synergies’ subsidiary Cross Environmental Services received a contract to remediate and demolish a 73,500-square-foot hotel complex in Vero Beach, Florida.
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