Starting in early June, 2017 the TITAN Demolition Demons started the total wreck of 19 separate structures for the Tahoma School District, while working under the General Contractor, Forma Construction.
Over 87,000 SF
The scope of work included all utility disconnects & removal of abandoned utilities, the demolition of all site surfacing on the site and general grading upon completion. Associated with the site demolition was the decommissioning and removal of a 10,000-gallon Underground Storage Tank (UST). TITAN received assistance on the UST removal from Diane’s Tank Removal Service.
Square Feet Demolished
Field Labor Hours
Loads of Debris
Tons of debris removed
No Safety Incidents
The project was completed by late August, 2017 with no safety incidents while using over 2.100 total field labor hours and removing 329 loads of debris, totaling over 9,000 tons of debris from the site!
Special recognition goes out to the field team led by Greg Nickell and Steve Dukes! Their hard work and thorough planning provided the path to completion on this complex and ever-changing project. When it was all said and done, their leadership helped us develop a great and ongoing relationship with FORMA Construction. Onward to the next!