Commercial

Decommission, Demolition, and Redevelopment projects: On time and on budget.

Over the years, Demolition Plus has completed numerous, successful Industrial projects for both local companies and out of province organizations.

Demolition 605 Bronson Ave, Ottawa

Demolition 605 Bronson Ave, Ottawa

Demolition of 605 Bronson Ave, Ottawa, Ontario.

Demolition (3) Story concrete and steel building with a building foot print of 35,000 Square Feet.

Work included designated substance removal prior to demolition.

Demolition of this project was a portion of Aecon’s Kent Street Overpass.

Year: 2015
Client:Aecon Construction and Materials
Cost: 800,000
St-Joseph’s Hospital abatement and demolition – Sudbury, Ontario

St-Joseph’s Hospital abatement and demolition – Sudbury, Ontario

Development, implementation, monitoring, and execution of hazardous substance abatement and demolition procedures specifically geared toward the protection of the immediate public (4 lane main artery Paris Street and residential neighborhood) and environment (site location within 30 meters of municipal filtration plant and Ramsay Lake). Read More

Year: 2014
Client:Panoramic Properties
Cost: $670,000
Knox St. Paul Church

Knox St. Paul Church

Complete building and land purchase of a former 20,000F2 church deemed structurally unsound. The purchase offer provided the former owners a cost effective alternative to their real estate predicament Read More

Year: 2012
Client:Knox St. Paul's Church Committee
Cost: 200,000
Zellers / Target Fit

Zellers / Target Fit


Complete demolition and removal of all building components back to concrete floor slab and structural steel frame within a 90,000F2 commercial retail centers attached to operating shopping malls. Read More

Year: 2013
Client:Target
Cost: 350,000
Deloro Mine

Deloro Mine

Implementation of hazardous management, protection, and work procedures for the abatement of cobalt bloom, arsenic, asbestos, and radiation located within the former process buildings. Read More

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Client:Ministry of Environment / Golder Construction
Cost: 300,000