- Commercial Demolition
- Commercial Demolition
Commercial demolition involves tearing down commercial properties. This includes structures like stores, factories, office buildings, hotels, churches, and more. Commercial demolition is typically more complex than residential demolition and requires greater caution and scrutiny because of it.
On average, commercial demolition costs around $4 - $8 per square foot. The cost you pay per square foot of your commercial demolition project could be higher or lower than this average depending on various circumstances, like…
Demolition contractors must be meticulous about environmental and employee, arguably more so than any other contractor. This is especially true for commercial demolition; that is, the demolition or deconstruction of any commercial structure, ranging from a warehouse or factory to an office or storefront.
The national average to demolish a commercial building is roughly $30,500. However, to accurately estimate how much your commercial demolition will cost, there are a few factors you'll need to consider.
Commercial demolition is the demolition or dismantlement of commercial properties, like office buildings, factories, stores, hotels, churches, and more. It requires greater caution and scrutiny than residential, so make sure you know what to expect.
Historic preservation groups are sometimes able to save properties with historical significance from demolition... and sometimes not. If a building is saved, it's often remodeled or completely re-purposed into something new. Here are a few examples where the building and all of its history went the way of the wrecking ball. Are these cases of necessary demolition and renewal... or acts of unexcusable historical destruction?
On July 31, "Save The Bomber Plant", a nonprofit group founded by The Yankee Air Museum, was given a two month extension for the demolition of the Willow Run Bomber Plant, the Detroit-area factory where WWII icon Rosie the Riveter worked before she became the poster-girl for the female war effort.
Hollywood, FL; July 19, 2013 - 18,000 tons of steel and concrete debris needs to be cleaned up in South Florida. A 50 year old oil-burning power plant was demolished this week by Florida Power & Light (FPL). According to the Sun Sentinal, 450 pounds of explosives were detonated in an impressive series of 90 separate explosions. The power plant and it's four iconic red and white striped smokestacks were down in less than 60 seconds.
Abandoned buildings that are structurally sound can often be repurposed rather than demolished. See 7 awesome examples of abandoned properties that were repurposed into something great. Enjoy! 1. Old Barn Stable Becomes a Home Via: enpundit