SITE/UTILITY CONTRACTING

A TRUSTED LEADER IN INDUSTRIAL DEMOLITION

COMPREHENSIVE UTILITY MANAGEMENT DURING ALL INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL DEMOLITION PROJECTS

At Total Wrecking & Environmental, we understand that maintaining operational utilities is critical during industrial demolition projects. Our Site Utility Contractor Services are designed to manage and optimize the essential systems—water, sewer, electric, and telecommunications—ensuring they function efficiently throughout the demolition process.

Leveraging advanced technology and in-depth expertise, we assess, design, and implement tailored utility solutions that minimize downtime and meet stringent safety standards. This detailed approach not only supports the immediate needs of the site but also prepares the groundwork for future redevelopment, emphasizing sustainability and compliance with all regulatory requirements.

For a comprehensive insight into how we can support your project from start to finish, explore the detailed services we offer.

WHY CHOOSE TOTAL WRECKING & ENVIRONMENTAL FOR SITE UTILITY CONTRACTING?

At Total Wrecking & Environmental, we adeptly handle the complexities of site utility services across diverse industrial demolition projects. Our capabilities extend to precise utility mapping, skilled navigation around physical obstacles, and robust excavation management, ensuring minimal disruption under varying weather conditions.

We prioritize system longevity and efficiency through diligent maintenance routines, including regular inspections and preventive repairs. Our strategic approach guarantees that installations enhance surrounding infrastructure and comply with stringent environmental regulations, safeguarding ecosystem integrity and public health while delivering high-quality utility management.

Site utility work includes managing a variety of essential services, such as:
• Water supply lines
• Sewer systems
• Gas pipelines
• Electrical power systems
• Telecommunication lines

PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS FOR SITE UTILITY SERVICES

LOCATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE

Proper infrastructure placement is crucial to ensure accessibility for maintenance and to address potential easements or wayleave requirements.

METERING

For multi-occupancy buildings, the strategic placement of meters can significantly influence connection costs and timelines. Gas meters, for example, should be installed in well-ventilated, external areas or purpose-built cavities.

NETWORK CONNECTIONS

Evaluating nearby buildings for potential network connections can save both time and costs. A detailed survey is necessary to determine if existing capacities meet new demands, considering factors like property types.

BENEFITS OF TOTAL WRECKING’S SITE UTILITY SERVICES

STARTING DISCUSSIONS EARLY

Engaging with site utility experts early in the planning process can help adhere to timelines and budget constraints, thanks to their deep industry knowledge and experience.

INFORMATION AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT

Experts ensure comprehensive information sharing and maintain open communication lines with utility providers, facilitating timely access and documentation submission.

COST AND TIME EFFICIENCY

Expert guidance can lead to more efficient, cost-effective utility connections, crucial for managing larger projects where delays result in significant financial implications.

EXPERTISE IN UTILITIES INFRASTRUCTURE

Utilizing the expertise of seasoned professionals in utility infrastructure and planning can optimize the connection and integration of site utility services, tailored to specific project requirements.

SUCCESS STORY / CASE STUDY

CLECO BOILER 6

CLECO’s Coughlin Station consists of 3 combustion turbines (CT) and HRSGs that supply steam to two repowered steam turbine generators, Unit 6 and Unit 7. The Units were repowered in the early 2000s and the natural gas boilers were left mostly in place. The Unit 6 Boiler, an early 1960’s vintage B&W natural gas fired boiler for a 115 MW steam turbine, has deteriorated and requires removal. The scope of the demolition is focused on removing the abandoned boiler and its associated components such as pipes,  catwalks, stairs and steam drums. This project was performed surgically by the use of skilled torch personnel, riggers and cranes to pick boilers down. Once demolition was complete, structures were left in place in preparation to accept a new boilers. A new permanent rail and cover was also installed. All work was done in an active power plant and Total Wrecking was required to work around scheduled plant outages and scheduled maintenance.

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Demolition & Dismantlement
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Power Plant Demolition
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Asset Recovery and Plant Closure
Disaster
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Site/Utility
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Selective & Surgical Demolition
Expert
Redevelopment
Ash Pond
Closure

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OSHA Compliant

ZERO OSHA VIOLATIONS

Our experienced team keeps up-to-date with the latest contracting, regulatory and environmental methods and machinery and adheres to every OSHA, EPA, federal, state, and local protocol to guarantee the safest possible industrial demolition and environmental abatement.

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Emergency Response Trained

EXCEPTIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS & PROTOCOLS

At Total Wrecking, there is nothing more important than safety on a national demolition or environmental abatement project. That’s why we’ve implemented additional company protocols to further ensure the highest safety standards on our job sites.

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First Aid/CPR/AED Trained

IN-HOUSE SAFETY PROGRAM

We conduct our operations safely by promoting actions and security policies well beyond what is required by construction industry standards, like first-response training and first-Aid/AED/CPR training.

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Our superior safety record is a result of extensive preparation, a professional and industry-leading safety program, and high quality performance every step of the way.

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