Construction and Demolition Services

Construction – Enviroworks self performs construction services and maintains the ability to manage the project every step of the way for clients, publicly and privately throughout the United States. Enviroworks, and the professionals employed on each project are versatile and ready to complete the scope of work safely, within budget according to the schedule that meets or exceeds the customers’ needs. Although qualified management bring years of experience, with proven processes and systems, our organization is adaptable to complex technical requirements and innovative technologies. Enviroworks believes in relationships and integrity; therefore eager to cultivate long term working relationships with customers to build success not only in the present but the future as well. Our skilled staff is proficient in the areas of construction execution, management, quality control and safety.

Demolition – Enviroworks is grateful to have acquired many years of providing demolition services for commercial and government clients. With a focus on planning and preparation when transitioning the site, our staff works closely and communicates extensively to ensure a seamless execution and client satisfaction. Keeping environmental concerns and safety precautions at the highest priority, a commitment to reuse and recycle ensures a cost effective project.


  • Project Management
  • Procurement and Contracting
  • Quality Control
  • Cost Tracking
  • Operator and Labor Execution
  • Decontamination
  • Site Restoration
  • Recycling Services/Salvage Appraisal
  • Structural Demolition
  • Interior Demolition
  • Concrete Removal
  • Dust Control

Past Performance

  • USACE, COF/Fort Lewis Washington $11.0 Million (Readiness Building, Admin building, Hardstand)
  • University of Missouri/St. Louis $6.7 Million (KWMV Radio Station)
  • Indianapolis, IN/Community Hospital South $94.0 Million (Renovation and expansion)
  • Chesterfield Medical Institute $6.8 Million (20,000 sqft medical office building)

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