Concrete was a challenge for Ohio demolition contractors

01/16/2013 | CDRecycler.com

This article describes how two Cleveland-area demolition companies -- Chemtron Corp. and B&B Wrecking and Excavating -- took down the Plum Brook Reactor Facility in Sandusky, Ohio. The complexity of demolishing the five-foot-thick concrete walls, and allowing only clean concrete to enter the reactor hole as backfill are some of the challenges detailed in the article.

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