Commercial Building Demolition in Richmond, MO

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  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

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  • Deck, Shed or Fence

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  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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A-1 Excavating

104 N Sibley St, Buckner MO 64016

A-1 Excavating has been in business for over 35 years providing the best the industry has to offer. They are a family-owned and operated demolition, dirt and crane project company. They provide building demolition, pool removal, and everything else.

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Earthworks Excavation

19495 Bell Rd, Higginsville MO 64037

Since 2006, Earthworks Excavation LLC has served Higginsville, MO and nearby areas with all their demolition and excavating needs. Simply put—they're the site preparation experts!

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Kat Excavation, Inc.

309 North Oak, Bates City MO 64011

Founded in 1993, KAT Excavation serves Odessa, Missouri and nearby areas in a number of ways. We’re experts in a wide range of commercial demolition services, including earthwork, grading, storm sewer installations, concrete work, hauling, and box culverts. Hard work, ...

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How much does commercial demolition cost?

On average, commercial demolition costs between $4-$8 per square foot. The cost per square foot also goes down as the square footage of the project increases. Other factors that affect commercial demolition cost include:

  • Project size
  • Permit fees
  • Materials used in construction
  • Whether or not hazardous materials are present
  • Debris cleanup and disposal

How is commercial demolition done?

The most common method for commercial demolition is mechanical demolition—the kind performed with heavy machinery, like excavators, bulldozers, wire rope pulls, wrecking balls, etc. This equipment requires qualified professionals, and they can create quite a bit of noise and mess. Lots of dust, vibrations, airborne debris, and more are just some of the things that come with mechanical commercial demolition. The heavy machinery is used to tear down the structure as efficiently and safely as possible while minimizing public health risks.

Keep reading: Commercial Demolition FAQs: Your Biggest Questions Answered