TITAN needed to strip the old plaster walls down to the studs for new finishes & upgrades.
The project involved the cutting and removal of concrete & asphalt to gain access to the existing footing for Seismic Upgrades
Square Feet of School to be worked on
Square Feet Structued Demolished
Tons of concrete & soil from within the save structures.
Chosen by Forma Construction
TITAN Earthwork was chosen by Forma Construction to help them upgrade the Existing Olympic School that had been sitting in a state of disrepair for over the last decade. The initial scope was to remove finishes and structure where needed for aesthetic, function and structural upgrades throughout the 90,000 SF school.
The project started mid-October, 2017. TITAN’s foray into select demolition involved remove hundreds of tons of concrete & soil from within the save structures using rolling carts & bins. We also removed countless finishes from ceilings and walls throughout. Select demolition is much more labor intensive and detail oriented that your typical total wrecking job.
Hazardous Materials Discovered
Completion was put on hold by the School District however, when they discovered hazardous material issues within the center structure, Building B.
These issues required the complete isolation and removal of Building B in its entirety, including footings and underground tunnels. The demolition of this near 40,000 SF structure was completed in July of 2018. The project had no safety incidents.
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Downtown Seattle Office (Columbia Tower)
Municipal Projects & Emergency Response
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