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Demolition and Asset Recovery Fundamentals

OnDemand Webinar (89 minutes)

Today's environmental and economical climate has brought about many challenges in how businesses and developers are approaching demolition projects. Power generators needing to update their plants to abide by new emissions standards are finding that shutting down and rebuilding are more financially advantageous than retrofitting existing systems. Smelters are faced with the same concerns along with rising cost in raw materials and the energy needed for production. If you or your firm are considering a partial or complete demolition project in the future, this OnDemand Webinar is for you.

You will receive an introduction to the demolition process. What is the best path forward? Is it complete demolition and removal to make your site available for new construction? Perhaps your buildings are in good condition and in an area where it makes sense to remove the operating equipment while leaving the structures available for other use. And what to do with those assets? What options are available for salvage or scrap recovery? In this OnDemand Webinar you will get basic information on how the demolition process works from the eyes of the demolition contractor. You will be able to make better, more informed decisions on any decommissioning, dismantling, and demolition projects you are planning.

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to explain decommissioning for reuse.
  • You will be able to describe wholesale demolition.
  • You will be able to discuss finding the right market.
  • You will be able to review asset recovery.

Authors

Bud Stevens, Envirocon, Inc.

Agenda

Decommissioning, Dismantling, Demolition and Disposal

• Decommissioning for Reuse

• Partial or Select Demolition Projects

• Wholesale Demolition

Salvage

• Proprietary Information

• Warehousing

• Finding the Right Market

Asset Recovery

• Market Risk

• Strategic Options

• Weighing the Difference