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Alford Cold Storage Demolition Dallas, TX

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Asbestos, Abatement, and Building Demolition

When older buildings require demolition, there is always a chance of asbestos exposure. This potentially hazardous situation needs to be taken seriously, especially by the contractor performing the demolition services. Alford Cold Storage, based in Dallas, Texas, understood this priority and contracted with Lloyd D. Nabors Demolition to ensure its project was completed safely and completely.


Alford Cold Storage operates public warehouses that provide temperature-controlled storage services for food processors, distributors, wholesalers and retailers. Before a one-million-square-foot cold storage facility near downtown Dallas was demolished, the company required an asbestos abatement program.

Our skilled professionals offered Alford Cold Storage a complete and efficient asbestos abatement service. We worked to complete the asbestos removal quickly and with minimal risk to human life. Safety is our key concern, particularly in a densely populated area, and we ensure that asbestos are sealed, transported and disposed of properly and meeting all regulatory requirements.

Once the asbestos was removed, our technicians proceeded to complete the building demolition. We understand that demolition itself can generate a great deal of dust and pollution, and we work hard to minimize our environmental footprint during all our demolition activities.

Our staff is fully insured and trained to provide complete demolition services in the Dallas Fort Worth area as well as in the surrounding states of Louisiana, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. We begin each project by meeting with you to fully understand your project scope, requirements, budget and schedule. Then we combine our years of experience with the latest demolition technology and equipment to get the job done quickly, efficiently and safely.

In this critical, highly specialized business, there are no second chances - you must get it right the first time!

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