From permits, utility disconnects, approvals, environmental surveys, asbestos abatement, debris removal, and recycling; Denney Excavating Personnel perform all aspects of the Demolition Process from start to finish. Above all, recycling as much ferrous metal, non-ferrous, concrete, brick, and asphalt that we can is a priority for our company. As members of the National Demolition Association for over 10 years and the Construction Demolition & Recycling Association, we strive to maintain the latest in Demolition Technology to have less impact on our environment by recycling all that is possible on each job.
Our area of Operations spans from Ft. Wayne, Indiana to Evansville, Indiana and everywhere in between. We also travel to other Midwest states upon request. We provide the most skilled, cost effective, safe demolition and wrecking services as evidenced by our many satisfied customers. We have performed extensive demolition work in the Lafayette, IN and Bloomington, IN area as well. In addition to a Class A Wrecking license, Denney Excavating maintains UST certification for tank decommissioning and a Water Well License for well closures. We also have our own In house Asbestos Inspector, therefore we self perform most tasks that demolition and wrecking require. Traveling throughout the state, Denney Excavating has demolished many multi-story buildings, office complex’s, hospitals, warehouses, hotels, single family homes, high rise smoke stacks, water towers and heavy duty industrial manufacturing plants. Denney Excavating performed it’s largest project decommissioning and demolishing the former GM Stamping Plant located in Indianapolis, IN from 2013-2015. Denney has seasoned personnel that provide services such as backfill & grading to leave the site pristine when finished.
We can often be seen around the Indianapolis area removing condemned structures of all designs. A special division of Denney that concentrates on abandoned city houses can remove most structures in one day. Denney Excavating prides itself on doing the job right, safe, and as efficient as possible. [nggallery id=1]