Midwest Service was hired to perform asbestos abatement and demolition of the old Kiln building on the Mississippi Lime Complex. The asbestos abatement consisted of 20 firing kilns with over 400 cubic yards of asbestos containing fire brick in each of the 20 Kilns (8,000+ total cubic yards of asbestos waste). Each firing Kiln was […]
This project was the site of a massive explosion during the normal plant operations almost 10 years earlier. Midwest Service Group was contracted to clean-up over 1,200,000+ sq ft of asbestos contamination after the explosion at the plastic plant. The material abated at this plant was a variety of transite siding, pipe & tank insulation, […]
Midwest Service Group was hired to conduct the asbestos & lead abatement, as well as, interior demolition of the old Cupples Building in downtown St. Louis, MO to allow for a new renovation of the complex. This was a 9 story high rise old warehouse building and was being renovated into a multi purpose office […]
Total interior demolition and asbestos abatement were required prior to demolition of the old Roosevelt Center (the largest high school in the United States when it was built), due to its 250,000 plus square feet of asbestos-containing plaster building materials and 16,000 plus linear feet of pipe insulation. This was a project that was bid […]
Midwest Service Group assisted The Lawrence Group with their 80 million dollar renovation of the historic Parkside Tower Project in downtown St. Louis City. At this location they have created Parkside Tower, with over 200 new urban condominiums, retail space and a new parking garage, which will add greatly to the renewed vitality of the […]
Midwest Service Group has played an integral role in the renovations taking place at Scott Air Force Base (30 miles east of St. Louis, Missouri). Working alongside general contractors Baxmeyer Construction and Hunt Building Group, we have completed asbestos abatement in over 250 apartment units in preparation for demolition.
Midwest Service Group was contracted to conduct asbestos and lead-based paint abatement as well as total interior demolition to allow for the renovation of the entire complex for furture low income HUD housing units.
This project consisted of environmental remediation and demolition of the entire Cardinal Creek housing community. Environmental remediation and demolition were required due to the 500-unit housing complex being located dangerously close between two different airports, according to the FAA.
We completed environmental remediation prior to demolition of homes impacted by this major highway expansion project.
Midwest Service Group was called on to complete the asbestos abatement and lead-based paint stabilization on all 23 stories pluse 3 basements of the Marquette Building to make way for the revitalization of this downtown St. Louis high rise. This rapidly dilapidating building was abated of all its environmental concerns and left ready for re-construction.