What Makes A Good Demolition Company?

Demolishing a building is a job that takes a lot of coordination, planning, and skill to execute. When you’re deciding to hire a demolition company to tear down a structure, you want to be sure that the company you’re hiring operates safely, reliably, and to the highest environmental standards.

In this blog, we’ve outlined four important qualifications that a demolition company should have in order for them to be the best choice for your job.

Safety

Whether it’s COVID or general job site safety, a good demolition company should always follow the health and safety protocols for its workers and the public.

For Triple M Demolition (TMD), job site safety includes WSIB certifications for our whole team and ongoing health and safety training on a quarterly basis. We also have team members that have specialized certifications, including:

  • Working at Heights Training
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Asbestos Types 1, 2 & 3 Work Training
  • Elevated Work Platform (EWP)
  • Excavator Operator
  • Skid Steer Operator
  • And more

In addition, TMD recently participated in an Infection Control Program and now have several employees certified in ICAP (Infection Control & Prevention). This is another example where TMD goes the extra mile regarding safety of their workplace and employees.

We are firm believers that everyone should go home healthy and injury-free!

Attention to detail

No two demolition projects are the same. Each has unique requirements and specifications that responsible demolition companies must meet.

For each project, our team goes through an in-depth process that includes:

  • Pre-project planning
  • Site assessments
  • Health and safety assessment
  • Regular site cleanups
  • And more

When the project is over, we provide a job review survey to our customers to ensure that our project was completed to their satisfaction.

Environmental responsibility

As we outlined in our blog Top Myths About Demolition, Triple M Demolition works with approved recycling facilities, like Moffat Scrap Iron & Metal. This allows us to recycle and repurpose all ferrous and non-ferrous metal demolished on our jobs.

Following recycling best practices is important in the construction and demolition (C&D) industry because C&D waste accounts for 27% of the total municipal solid waste disposed of in landfills.

Track record of success

Triple M Demolition has a track record of success since our founding in 1967. We’ve expertly demolished buildings for industrial, commercial, and municipal clients across Ontario. Check out our testimonials to learn more about the work we do.

If you have any questions about demolition, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team. We’re here to help you make an informed decision for your next demolition.

Showing 2 comments
  • C3 Building Permits
    Reply

    In our most recent demolition experience in Houston, Texas. While it was a much smaller job, we learned the hard way that the demolition cleanup should be outlined with details in the project contract. While most debris was taken away. We were left with many nails and other small debris that we had to handle ourselves.

    • TMD
      Reply

      That is unfortunate. At TMD we pride ourselves on exceeding customer expectations. We stand by our Vision Statement “Your Job Just Got Easier”.
      We take the time to ensure our sites are left safe and free from debris.

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