Building Demolition

Keers' demolition teams have successfully demolished hundreds of buildings. Our experienced staff understands that safe and successful controlled demolition requires careful planning and action. As a result, our safety record is excellent.

We get the necessary permits, create a work plan and establish a project schedule so every detail is handled. Demolition is then quick, and safe.

We also recycle as many materials as possible to help out the environment and save you money..

Dust-Free Controlled Demolition

When facility occupants are subject to dust from construction zones, people complain about not feeling well, Productivity suffers. Computers and electronic equipment are easily damaged and HVAC units are contaminated spreading dust throughtout the facility.

When facility occupants are subject to dust from construction zones, people complain about not feeling well, Productivity suffers. Computers and electronic equipment are easily damaged and HVAC units are contaminated spreading dust throughtout the facility.

Dust control begins with a plan, and ends with engineering controls to guarantee that dust is not only contained within the trapped and filtered there.

Our experienced service coordinators can meet with you at your facility and create the dust-control plan you need to protect your people and facilities. Then controlled demolition and construction can commence "dust-free".

Keers trained crews are experts in careful and controlled demolition, deconstruction of building components and systems. Controlled and Filtered work zone, these necessary activites are accomplished "dust-free". Dust-Free Guaranteed!

• Meet and coordinate with your General Contractor and/or facility staff to understand your renovation and demolition plans.
• Isolation of HVAC system.
• Temporary partitions between construction and non-construction areas.
• Critical taped-in-place plastic barriers over openings
• Identification and protection of euuipment furnishings in construction areas that will remain operational or can't be relocated.
• Secure the work area and post warning signs to keep people out.
• Use of HEPA filtration machines within the work area to create a negative pressure environment in which dust cannot escape.