Commercial Building Demolition in Oklahoma City, OK

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Arbor Transport & Construction

1701 Countrywood Estates, Norman OK 73026

Arbor Transport & Construction, Inc. based in Norman, OK and serves all of Oklahoma and parts of Kansas and Texas. Our experienced crew has the knowledge to make sure the demolition projects of our commercial clients stay on track and are completed safely and affordably.

Acme Construction

400 Old Home Place, Yukon OK 73099

Acme Construction was founded in 2007 with our main focus being our customers' satisfaction. We are based out of Oklahoma City and can take on both small to large demolition projects, including commercial demolition. Our close attention to detail sets us apart from our competition.

K & M Wrecking LLC

4920 Southwest 134th Street, Oklahoma City OK 73173

At K & M Wrecking, they’re dedicated to providing the most highly professional and well-executed demolition services in the area and Oklahoma. Since the 1950s, their family has been serving the community.

Bobcats Plus Interior Demo

10920 Willis Drive, Oklahoma City OK 73150

In Oklahoma City and surrounding areas, Bobcats Plus Interior Demo is known for our dependable, professional, and customer-oriented services. Our team is educated and experienced in all things commercial demolition.

Midwest Wrecking Co.

P.O. Box 14668, Oklahoma City OK 73113

Midwest Wrecking Co. is located in Oklahoma City and takes pride in serving Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, and Colorado. They perform demolition, excavating, tree removal, asbestos abatement, etc.

Fritzler Construction

8047 E Forrest Hills Rd, Guthrie OK 73044

Oklahoma City and surrounding areas turn to Fritzler Construction when they're looking for high-quality commercial demolition services. Our team is dedicated to accuracy, efficiency, and safety.

From The Dirt Up

1010 Eastway Lane, Guthrie OK 73044

From The Dirt Up specializes in demolition, construction, excavation, and much more. We have years of experience in tried and true commercial demolition methods, which allows us to complete projects on schedule, offer affordable rates, and provide great customer service.

Kendall's Concrete-Demolition‎

4001 Southwest 27th Street, Oklahoma City OK 73108

Kendall’s Concrete-Demolition has been serving residential and commercial customers throughout Oklahoma City, OK since 2010. They offer extensive demolition and concrete services, including cutting, sawing, breaking, and removal.

M & M Wrecking

860 S County Line Rd, Blanchard OK 73010

M & M Wrecking was founded in the 1950s. Throughout the years, we have evolved into a multi-faceted company capable of handling all your demolition needs, including commercial demolition. Our staff is highly trained and safety-oriented.

Oklahoma Dirt Work

308 West Triplett Road, Guthrie OK 73044

Oklahoma Dirt Work strives to exceed customers' expectations with high-quality services and fair prices. We have the experience needed to complete all types of jobs throughout the Oklahoma City area, including commercial demolition.

JR Dozer & Excavating

18737 SE 15th St, Choctaw OK 73020

In Oklahoma City, JR Dozer & Excavating is known for great customer service and professional workmanship. We are committed to providing safe and efficient services, including commercial demolition.

Commercial Demolition Tips for Oklahoma City, OK

Tips for Demolishing Commercial Buildings

What are commercial demolition requirements? The Clean Air Act requires that the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regulations be followed during the demolition or renovation of a commercial building. These regulations include:
  • The building owner/operator must notify the necessary state department(s) before any building that could possibly contain asbestos is demolished.
  • Particular operations are prohibited from releasing visible emissions into the air.
  • Proper air cleaning and hazardous waste removal procedures must be followed.
Under the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act, any contractor, worker, inspector, or otherwise that works with asbestos-containing building materials in a commercial building must be accredited by a training program, like the EPA Model Accreditation Plan (MAP). Your state and local agencies may require more stringent standards than those required by the federal government, so be sure to determine your city and state's demolition and asbestos requirements. Have more questions? Commercial Demolition FAQs: Your Biggest Questions Answered