Alloy was contracted to perform demolition and environmental abatement for the Fort Hood family housing development in Fort Hood, Texas. Before Alloy could begin work a “Demolition Ceremony” was held to celebrate the history of Walker Village and kickoff the new phase of renovation and construction. The base consisted of over 500 mid-century homes and duplexes, totaling 450,000 SF. Alloy preformed the structural demolition, asbestos abatement, and removal of pesticide impacted soils throughout the entire base and housing units. The experienced on-site crews were also responsible for installing and maintaining erosion and sediment control, installation of temporary site boundary fencing, providing dust control during the performance of all work, protection of existing landscaping and trees not designated for removal, and site security with a guard shack was established.
Alloy’s ongoing recycling and reclamation efforts produced over 135 tons of both ferrous and non-ferrous metals from the site. After demolition and abatement was complete, Alloy graded and seeded to help Fort Hood start the process for the new planned community.
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