Industrial builders can make an entire project come to light from the ground up, for residential or commercial structures to house equipment, products, services and people year round. They work with a project site from demolition of the previous structure to creating and executing a plan for construction of the new project. Their execution is based around the plans, land, permits and natural conditions that influence the erection of the structure. They impact all the services required in order to make the project happen. The smaller projects also add to the success of the construction. Industrial builders can do it all: removal, construction, reparation and installation in any amount and as requested. However, these construction professionals don’t reach the end of a project without the three steps of demolition, foundation work, and groundwater remediation for the completion and protection of the integrity of the area during and thereafter.

Commercial services include site development from the ground up whether they are for houses or large industrial acres for commercial or residential complexes. They install underground utilities for electrical, plumbing and water treatment, basements and access. Although they don’t have to, many projects do begin with demolition. This is when builders participate in preparing a site for construction. They can tear down an array of structure, whether brick, metal or glass, regardless of whether it is a one story structure or a hundred feet tall. They make sure the electrical and plumbing services have been shut down and they go to work leveling the area and sorting the remaining debris for recycling where possible. Industrial builders have all of their own equipment to complete the task, whatever the job, in a timely manner. They have certified operators for all of their licensed and insured cranes and equipment.

Once all the debris is cleared, they can complete deep foundation work. This is when industrial builders are able to access and service the ground of a site in order to place the foundation or even a basement into the ground. Depending upon how deep they have to go and the elevation of the area, they will always be dealing with water. However, they also have to deal with variations in quality of soil, foundation configuration, and, specifically, the type of services for the foundation such as driven piling (H-piling, concrete piling or Timber piling) or caissons (down to 60-feet, access shafts or augured holes), for example.

Lastly, during demolition or building, the processes can sometimes disturb groundwater pipes that can lead to the off-site migration of pollutants. Industrial builders have made it a custom to use permeable groundwater remediation barriers to prevent such events. These barriers are known as interceptor trenches that perform wastewater management for construction sites to prevent chemicals, construction materials and sewage from leaching into groundwater sources at the site or in the nearby area runoff. So regardless of the size of the demolition or construction project, they have the plans and process covered.