CPM Environmental offers our clients a wide-range of demolition services, from largescale environmental remediation to specialized non-structural demolition.
In the first phase of demolition, CPME can handle projects involving total environmental remediation, including the removal of all asbestos-containing materials, PCB-containing light ballasts, flooring mastic, roofing materials, transformers and hazardous waste removal.
Upon completion of the environmental hazards phase of the work, CPM Environmental can perform the selective and/or soft demolition component of the project, such as interior demolition of a buildings fixtures, drop ceilings, HVAC ductwork and all electrical and fire protection services.
Demolition, or deconstruction, is the selective dismantlement of building components, specifically for re-use, recycling, and waste management. Deconstruction is commonly separated into two categories; structural and non-structural. CPME’s emphasis has been on the latter, non-structural deconstruction. Better known as “soft” demolition, it consists of reclaiming, recycling, and/or disposing of the non-structural components of the building, including building fixtures, appliances, doors, windows, and various finish materials.
Deconstruction has strong ties to environmental sustainability. This process can include the re-use of materials, providing a new life cycle which lowers the need for virgin resources. This in turn leads to energy and emissions reductions from the refining and manufacture of new materials. The reuse of these types of materials is commonplace and considered to be a regular part of CPME’s business practice. During deconstruction, effort is made to classify debris into distinct and separate waste streams in an effort to divert materials to a recycler rather than a landfill. The rise of environmental awareness and sustainable building has made a much wider range of materials worthy of structural deconstruction.
CPM Environmental typically provides these services before and after the environmental remediation phase of the project as a way to be cost-effective in its approach to demolition.
Contractors State License Board (CSLB) Certificate
NO #838116 Classifications: B, A, C21, ASB, HAZ, C22. Expires May 31, 2018.
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California Department of Industrial Relations Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH)
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