Turnkey demolition and excavation was provided for the client’s new constant caster redevelopment project. The process begun with the demolition of a steel recycling fume extractor and bag house structure which was no longer in use and located within the new process foot print. The structure stood approximately 60’ in height and was located adjacent to the steel mill process building scheduled to remain in operation during demolition. Engineer dismantling procedures and safety measures were developed and monitored during the demolition. With a 98% material recycling accomplishment, a “cash positive” opportunity was forwarded to the client keeping projects costs to a minimum. Upon completion of the demolition, currently mobilised equipment and crews exchanged excavator attachments for digging buckets and accomplished the excavation and engineered backfill of the new 125,000F2 process building providing the client with yet another cost savings and the ease of only needing to coordinate with one contractor.