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229 E Whitney Rd., Ste 200

Anchorage, AK

99501

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5980 W. Cougar Ave.

Las Vegas, NV

89139

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PH:   (702) 362-5470

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1301  Well St.

Fairbanks, AK

99701

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PH:   (907) 456-1153

FAX: (907) 456-1163

 Fairbanks

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ROCKET LAUNCH FACILITY KODIAK ISLAND, AK

DEMOLITION OF HANGERS # 2 & 3 FT. WAINWRIGHT , AK.

SHARPE ARMY DEPOT DEMO, STOCKTON CA

Demolition of 1.6 million SF of structures containing  large amount of asbestos, lead based paints, and other regulated hazardous materials that had to be removed from the buildings prior to demolition.

CEI self- performed all of the utility disconnects and  re-routing of new utilities for the project. There was a substantial amount of heavy concrete demolition as some of the structures,  had heavily reinforced foundations. All concrete was crushed and re-used on site. CEI achieved an 85% recycle rate for this project. We completed this project a year ahead  of schedule with no safety incidences.

 DONJEK  RIVER BRIDGE.  YUKON  TERRITORY, CANADA

Selective demolition of the explosion damaged 180’ tall rocket launcher unit.

Due to the critical nature of this project, CEI was tasked with performing the demolition on an expedited schedule under very harsh winter conditions.

The project included working at heights up to 180’ under sometimes brutal weather conditions, winds up to 60 MPH, blinding snow storms, limited daylight hours, temperatures down to -20 F. all on a very tight schedule . CEI not only succeeded, but we exceeded all expectations using innovative solutions to safely perform the work on time and on budget.

This project was performed on the airfield taxiway apron area of an active military airfield.  Due to the active use military airfield, the demolition had to be performed in a very controlled manner with absolutely no demolition debris allowed  to  blow off the site.  The 80” hangars,  had to be demolished in a manner that captured all debris within the hangar footprint.  CEI used  high reach excavators with specialized demolition tools to carefully control the demolition process.  Despite encountering some of the most inclement weather in 50 years,  CEI succeeded in meeting all of the project requirements on schedule and without incident.

Demolition of an 1850 Feet long bridge including concrete piers, cofferdams and abutments.

There was a limited window of time to perform the pier and cofferdam demo work within the river due to fish restrictions.  CEI developed an innovative method of lowering major bridge sections for use as temporary bridge access,  to perform the demolition of the in-water structures without impacting the river,  and provided a significant cost savings to the Owner. CEI was the first U.S, contractor to receive the Yukon Territories, Certificate of Recognition for safety. The project was completed safely and ahead of schedule.