Recently construction crews have begun demolishing the hundred year old Schiel School on Short Vine Street. Since it opened in 1911, literally hundreds of thousands of students have passed through this Cincinnati public school building. The school district sold the building back in 2005 for $1.5 million but the school was allowed to continue using it until the end of this year. This is just one of 10 schools in the Cincinnati district that were targeted for closure and demolition. It’s all part of a $1 billion construction plan to upgrade Cincinnati’s aging school buildings. Building new schools is a good idea for Cincinnati. This will allow students to come to learn in environments that are well ventilated, properly heated and wired for Internet access. But first they have to make room by tearing down all those old schools.
Unlike those high profile demolitions of old Las Vegas hotels, tearing down the schools in Cincinnati is a pretty basic construction demolition job. One thing is for sure is that there is going to be dozens of trips to the closest landfill to dump all of that construction waste. Hopefully, those in charge will be smart about getting rid of that waste and making sure it could be recycled when appropriate. Construction demolition on this size requires a huge hauling contract. But it’s a perfect example of what you need to think about for your own future or current construction project: you’re going to be creating a lot of waste that you have to get rid of!
Planning for any type of construction job, whether it’s a simple bathroom remodel or adding a new addition to your home, should include proper waste disposal. The amount of waste you’ll be generating can’t be thrown out in the weekly garbage. There’ll simply be just too much of it. Construction waste is also not something you want laying around your property. There could be many unseen hazards in a pile of debris from a construction demolition. It wouldn’t take long for some curious neighborhood kids to hurt themselves climbing through that rubble. The best approach to getting rid of your construction waste is hiring a professional Cincinnati Construction Waste Removal crew like Junk King. This professional hauling crew can come on the day of the demolition to haul away all the debris that you will be creating.’
Demolition sounds like you might be blowing things up with dynamite. In the world of construction, demolition simply means taking down the old to replace with the new. If you are remodeling your kitchen cabinets then you have to demolish those old cabinets by taking them off the wall and smashing them up. After the demolition is over you’ll still be creating construction waste from all the scraps of material you’ll be using. It’s not uncommon to have piles of drywall, linoleum and lumbar piling up outside your home. Again this is not something you want to keep around.
Having a professional team of junk haulers on standby means they can make weekly pickups for the duration of your construction project. This will ensure that you keep a safe environment while all that work is going on. Simply call 1-800 995 JUNK to book Junk King’s Cincinnati hauling pros today.