Recent LEED, Emergency Response, Demolition and Environmental Remediation projects
Since established in 1989, Restoration Environmental Contractors - REC Demolition - REC Emergency Response have successfully completed over 9,000 environmental remediation and demolition projects throughout Canada, specializing in environmental remediation, demolition using CAT/Caterpillar Demolition Excavators, asbestos removal, lead abatement, mold remediation, industrial plant cleaning, plant decommissioning closures, site remediation and disaster recovery in the industrial, commercial, government, and institutional sectors.
Restoration Environmental Contractors - REC Demolition - REC Disaster Recovery is proud to announce it's 20th Anniversary
Restoration Environmental Contractors - REC Demolition - REC Disaster Recovery is proud to announce it's 20th Anniversary. Since 1989, Restoration Consultants and Restoration Environmental Contractors has successfully completed over 9,000 environmental remediation and demolition projects throughout Canada, specializing in environmental remediation, asbestos removal, lead abatement, mold remediation, industrial plant cleaning, decommissioning closures, site remediation and disaster recovery in the industrial, commercial, government, and institutional sectors.
Plant Closure, Demolition and Remediation Experts Launch Redevelopment Campaign
Restoration Environmental Contractors (REC), experts in environmental remediation, demolition, disaster recovery, plant closures and industrial site remediation, has launched a plan to help businesses strengthen their competitive positions after the decision has been made to close plants, and further, promote a positive corporate image through retraining and employing the local workforce.
Redevelopment Strategy and Anti-recession Campaign launch (Press release)
To Announce The Launch of our Redevelopment Strategy and Anti-recession Campaign designed to work with businesses who have already decided to shut down their plants, Restoration Environmental Contractors - REC Demolition - REC Disaster Recovery are the Experts In Environmental Remediation, Demolition , Asbestos Removal and Plant Closures. We have the strategy, Cleanup your Sites Today!
Canada's most experienced Plant Closure experts! The Right Choice in Industrial Plant Closure Decomissioning and Demolition call Restoration Environmental - REC Demolition.
REC takes down smokestack at former Phillips Cable facility in Brockville
The smokestack at the 500,000-square-foot plant on King Street West was levelled without incident, touching down at 11:25 a.m.
The event was part of continuing demolition work by Restoration Environmental Contractors (REC), on behalf of Junic Construction of Gatineau, Quebec.
Invited guests inside the demolition area at the old Phillips Cable plant watch as the old facility's smokestack leans toward the earth during its demolition on Tuesday. See Tuesday's Recorder and Times for more on the smokestack demolition and plans for the future of the old plant site.
Tuesday June 24 - Demolition and Re-Development Ceremony at the Phillips Cable Plant in Brockville Ontario
The Demolition and Re-Development Ceremony of the 500,000 square foot facility at the Phillips Cable Plant in Brockville Ontario will begin at 11am, on Tuesday June 24, 2008 with the demolition of the Chimneystack by REC Demolition - Restoration Environmental Contractors
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REC and Abcott Construction LEED Approved
Awarded Regent Park Toronto Revitalization LEED Project
Four hundred households—more than 1,100 people—have been
relocated from Canada's most famous and most-lamented low-income housing
project, Regent Park. This is the beginning of Phase One of the Toronto
Community Housing Corporation's Regent Park Revitalization project and and
the start of what could be the most sustainable housing development in
North America, if not the World.
As the oldest social housing complex in
Canada, Regent Park will soon be history, as REC Demolition crews
started the process of dismantling the community.
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read article from Equipment Journal, July 10, 2006
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