4th Street Residence Hall, University of MN

    Minneapolis, MN
Project Facts
  • Concrete and steel materials
    were segregated from the
    waste streams for recycling.
  • Sheetrock, lumber and nonstructural
    brick was routed
    to a demolition landfill.
  • Approximately 5,700 tons
    of concrete and 1,600 tons
    of steel was salvaged for
    recycling.
  • 1,200 tons of building debris
    was segregated and
    sent to a demolition landfill.
 
 





















  Project Picture

This project included the demolition of a former church and an
attached educational building. The structure was approximately
40 feet tall and situated within 20 feet of adjacent occupied
buildings. The building foot print was approximately 40,000
square feet and constructed with a combination of structural
methods including steel, pre-stressed concrete, masonry block
walls and architectural timbers. Furthermore, vehicle and pedestrian
traffic had to be managed and protected during the demolition
activity.


Protecting Adjacent Structures during Demo
Minnesota Branch
 
 
2200 Old Highway 8 NW
New Brighton, MN
Phone: 651-786-1300
 
www.belair-us.com