Top Story

Goodyear's global headquarters earns LEED Gold rating

Project recycled 95 percent of construction waste and used 100-year-old logs dredged from the Ohio River. RSS

Headline News

Long-vacant hotel in Indiana meets its end

Former Sheraton hotel in Gary, Indiana, has been closed since the mid-1980s.

New Jersey city seeks demolition activity

Mayor of Camden, New Jersey, targets nearly 600 buildings for demolition.

Waste Management to acquire Deffenbaugh Disposal

Deffenbaugh is the largest privately owned waste company in the Midwest.

Marketplace

Universal Engineering Corp.

Learn about the latest products and services from leading industry suppliers in the CDR Online Marketplace!

Go

Sponsors

Current Issue

From the Editors

Calling Large Demolition Contractors!

Construction & Demolition Recycling magazine is compiling a list of the 20 largest U.S. demolition contractors for our Nov.-Dec. 2014 issue, and we’d like your help. We publish this list every two years, and would like to honor those contractors who, based on their activity in 2013, are among the most successful in the United States.

The critical statistic that we are looking for (and by which listing order will be determined) is demolition-related revenue for 2013. This can include revenue from demolition contracting, the sale of recyclable materials and site-related environmental work, such as asbestos abatement.

If you represent a company with operations that may be eligible for this list, please take a moment to fill out the form at
www.cdrecycler.com/2014-largest-demo-contractors-list.aspx.

Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on LinkedIn
x