For years there has been a battle raging in Monterey over one of the most pristine and scenic stretches of the Pacific Coast: Pebble Beach. At issue is a proposed expansion of the area put forth by developers who want to build a new hotel, expand existing hotels and develop 90 lots for new homes. All told this is a whooping 200 million dollar project that will be a boost for the local economy. What stood in the way were a group of environmentalists and local residents who all worried about the impact this project would have. After plenty of studies, hearings and debate the California Coastal Commission gave the green light to the plan. This comes as welcome news for the developers.
“It’s an historic day for us, because it shows that the public sector and private sector can work together in a cooperative manner,” said Bill Perocchi, chief executive and part-owner of Pebble Beach Company told the Wall Street Journey. This is the same company whose resort includes the Pebble Beach Golf Links and 17-Mile Drive.
As for the environmental impact, the commission took strides to insure that would be minimized. “If you walk in those forest areas, there is an amazing collection of coastal resources that will be protected by this plan,” Charles Lester, executive director of the commission, said in a hearing where the plan was approved.
Now with the plan approved, the construction work can begin in earnest. No doubt there will still be grumbling from some locals. One aspect of a construction project like this that can help smooth ruffled feathers is to insure that the construction waste is properly disposed off. On a big project like this, there will be mounds of construction waste created every day. Unless that waste is carted off quickly, it can prove to be an eyesore and a hazard. That’s why construction waste disposal is such a vital part of any project planning.
On a much smaller scale, you might be dealing with your own construction waste issue. If you’re planning any type of home remodel project you’ll be creating plenty of trash. That’s why you should arrange for a professional junk hauling team to handle you construction waste removal: Junk King Monterey.
Your contractor might offer to handle this responsibility which on the surface seems like a good idea; after all they are handling all other aspects of your project. The problem with this approach is that the contractor will be dealing with limited resources. To keep your project on budget, they’ll only have a small number of workers on the job site on any given day. If they have to stop the job early so these workers can load up the waste and drive it to the right dump site then you’re not getting a full day’s work in terms of your project. Hiring Junk King Monterey means they’ll be charge of the trash and you can make arrangements for a daily or weekly pickup. Just be thankful you don’t have to handle all the Pebble Beach construction waste!