Crushing specialists have been working with Rieth Riley on the Interstate 65 resurfacing near the Lebanon exits.
Crews have been recycling concrete taken from the old highway and custom crushing the material on site for
the new road.
Posted by LDenney on Oct 9, 2012 in Recent Projects | Comments Off on IDEM Awards $100,000 to Denney Excavating
Indiana Department of Environmental Management awarded Denney Excavating $100,000 to expand plant operations for processing construction and demolition debris. A mobile crushing unit was purchased to be used on-site to generate back-fill material from brick, concrete, and cinder blocks. Four new jobs will be created and 200,000 tons of C & D waste will be diverted from landfills annually.
Denney Excavating began demolishing run-down apartments for the new Devington Senior
Apartments located across from Arlington High School in Indianapolis. Local developer
Gary Hobbs hired T & W General Contractors to build the 48 unit complex scheduled
Denney completed the demolition of the former Bush Stadium baseball complex for Brandt Construction. The site will contain newly built condominiums and apartments developed by Core Development. Special care and structural bracing was incorporated to preserve the historic facade of the stadium.
Denney’s skilled operators carefully removed the crosswalk connection (the Food Court) of the Fashion Mall at Keystone at the Crossing in Indianapolis. Working as a subcontractor for Pepper Construction, Denney also removed several shops to make way for the newly remodeled and expanded shopping mall.